International Academic Competitions was pleased to welcome players and their supporters to the 2019 Middle School and Elementary School National Championships held on June 7-10 at the Hyatt Regency O’Hare in Rosemont, Illinois, next to Chicago.

Congratulations to our Champions!

National History Bowl – Middle School – Daniel Wright Junior High School, Lincolnshire, Illinois
National History Bowl – Elementary – Challenger School – Almaden, San Jose, California
US Academic Bowl – Middle School – Burleigh Manor Middle School A, Ellicott City, Maryland
US Academic Bowl – Elementary – Challenger School – Almaden, San Jose, California

Eighth Grade

National History Bee – Vaibhav Rangan, Joaquin Miller Middle School, San Jose, California
US Academic Bee – Aadit Juneja, Aptakisic Junior High School, Buffalo Grove, Illinois
National Science Bee – Darryl Wang, Middlesex Middle School, Darien, Connecticut
National Humanities Bee – Owen Farra, STL Patriots, St. Louis, Missouri
International Geography Bee – Rishabh Wuppalapati, Daniel Wright Junior High School, Lincolnshire, Illinois
US Geography Olympiad – Arnav Dharmagadda, Russell Middle School, Russell, Kentucky

Seventh Grade

National History Bee – Daniel Figueroa, Ransom Everglades School, Miami, Florida
US Academic Bee – Rohan Ganeshan, Quest Academy, Palatine, Illinois
National Science Bee – Akshansh Chuahan, Daniel Wright Junior High School, Lincolnshire, Illinois
National Humanities Bee – Rohan Ganeshan, Quest Academy, Palatine, Illinois
International Geography Bee – Kaylan Patel, Windermere Preparatory School, Windermere, Florida
US Geography Olympiad – Ashrith Reddy, Baker Middle School, Corpus Christi, Texas

Sixth Grade

National History Bee – Arin Parsa, Challenger School – Almaden, San Jose, California
US Academic Bee – Arin Parsa, Challenger School – Almaden, San Jose, California
National Science Bee – Joshua Wang, Wisconsin Hills Middle School, Brookfield, Wisconsin
National Humanities Bee – Arin Parsa, Challenger School – Almaden, San Jose, California
International Geography Bee – Vaibhav Hariram, Mills Park Middle School, Cary, North Carolina
US Geography Olympiad – Jishnu Nayak, Peter Hansen Elementary School, Mountain House, California

Elementary School (Fifth Grade and Younger)

National History Bee – Marc Lindemann, Laddie A. Decker Sound Beach School, Miller Place, New York
US Academic Bee – Shounak Bhindwale, Henry P. Mohr Elementary School, Pleasanton, California
National Science Bee – Vishnu Mangipudi, Homeschooled, Bellevue, Washington
National Humanities Bee – Mary Mantel, Saint Agnes School, Saint Paul, Minnesota
International Geography Bee – Pranavkrishna Bharanidharan, California Montessori Project, Carmichael, California
US Geography Olympiad – Roman Gagliardi, Hindley Elementary, Darien, Connecticut

You may visit nhbbstats.com/msnats to get the preliminary round statistics for each of the Bees, but they are also found in the links below. Please note that the Science Bee preliminary statistics are not complete on that page. You can find the full Science Bee results in the sheet linked below.

Academic Bee

History Bee

Humanities Bee

Geography Bee

Science Bee

US Geography Olympiad

Complete statistics for the History Bowl and Academic Bowl are below:

History Bowl

Academic Bowl

Nationals Complete Schedule

History Bowl Tournament Structure

Academic Bowl Tournament Structure

Nationals Prizes