Stage 2: Regional Finals

boy thinking about answer to questionThe second stage of the National History Bee is the Regional Finals.

The highest ORQE scorers in each of the 37 regions attend and compete at the Regional Finals, events which are organized and staffed by the National History Bee.

Students participate in several rounds of verbally answering questions with a buzzer system. The top students from each of the Regional Finals advances to the National Finals in Atlanta, GA.

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The Official Rules for the Regional Finals can be found HERE. All Regional Finals are held between early February and late April. The list of Regional Finals locations can be found below.

 

 

 

 

Albuquerque —– Results Page
Atlanta —– Results Page
Austin —– Results Page
Baltimore —– Results Page
Baton Rouge —– Results Page
Boston —– Results Page
Bridgeport —– Results Page
Charlotte —– Results Page
Chicago —– Results Page
Columbus —– Results Page
Dallas —– Results Page
Denver —– Results Page
Detroit —– Results Page
Ft. Lauderdale —– Results Page
Houston —– Results Page
Indianapolis —– Results Page
Kansas City —– Results Page
Las Vegas —– Results Page
Lexington —– Results Page
Los Angeles —– Results Page
Memphis —– Results Page
Minneapolis —– Results Page
Nashville —– Results Page
New York —– Results Page
Oklahoma City —– Results Page
Omaha —– Results Page
Orlando —– Results Page
Philadelphia —– Results Page
Phoenix —– Results Page
Pittsburgh —– Results Page
Portland —– Results Page
Salt Lake City —– Results Page
San Francisco —– Results Page
Seattle —– Results Page
St. Louis —– Results Page
Syracuse —– Results Page
Washington —– Results Page

A list of all National Qualifiers can be found here.

We are pleased to announce that registration is already open for the 2014-2015 National History Bee!

You are just a few clicks away from having your child or student join the intensity and fun of America's greatest history competition REGISTER HERE

Want to see sample questions? Want some suggestions on what to study? Want to see how your students would do in the National History Bee? Check our Resources Page!

    Andrew Douglas, a fifth-grader at Dwight D. Eisenhower Elementary School in Vancouver, advanced to the championship round Saturday at the National History Bee in Atlanta and took the National Elementary Runner-Up title. Eleven-year-old Andrew advanced to the championship round by being the first student to correctly identify the Montana battle that involved Marcus Reno: the Read More…