Curious to learn more about our other competitions? Have a look at the different competitions of our American and European Divisions shown here:
National History Bowl: www.historybowl.com
The National History Bowl’s American Division consists of approximately 100 qualifying tournaments in the 2013-2014 competition season, culminating in our National Championships in Washington, DC on Saturday, 26 April, 2014. We play our National Championship matches at embassies, museums, and historic sites in Washington, DC – all teams who qualify for the Asian Championships by finishing in the top half of either the Junior Varsity or Varsity draws are also welcome to join us in Washington, DC for one of the world’s largest academic tournaments with roughly 250 teams expected this year.
National History Bee – High School Competition: www.hs.historybee.com
Our National History Bee for high school students in the USA is very similar to our Bee in Asia, except that, as with the Bowl, about 50% of the questions deal with American history. The National Championships will be contested on Sunday, 27 April, 2014 and all students who finished in the top half of their draw in the Bee at their Asian Bees are welcome to take part, providing they are able to cross the ocean to join us!
National History Bee – Elementary & Middle School Competition: www.historybee.com
We’ve also established a division of The National History Bee for elementary & middle school students (i.e. 8-14 year olds) in the USA.
International History Bee & Bowl – European Division: www.ihbbeurope.com
In the 2011-2012 school year, The National History Bee and Bowl launched its European Division, with tournaments in France, Spain, Portugal, Italy, and Switzerland, leading to the inaugural European Championships in the South of France. This year, we will also add tournaments in Iceland and Germany as well, and our European Championships will be held in Rome in the spring. If you know of anyone attending school in Europe who might be interested in attending one of our tournaments, please pass the word along!