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Eighth Grader Paige Cromley, Wins Cooper Geography Bee

Each year, students in schools across the United States participate in the National Geographic Bee using materials prepared by the National Geographic Society. The annual Geography Bee is an academic competition that includes participants in grades five through eight who are posed questions on culture, economics, current events, politics and geography. 110 more words


Indian-American student, Karan Menon, wins the National Geographic Bee competition in the US

Its quite true now that Indian American students have made a habit of winning the spellings and quiz contests in the United States.

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Upon further review ... teen geography whiz strikes paydirt on Mesabi Range

Karan Menon’s middle school may be in Edison, New Jersey … but he knows what’s mined on Minnesota’s Mesabi Range.

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Newton Student Headed To National Geographic Bee

NEWTON, Mass. (AP) — A Newton seventh-grader is off to Washington D.C. to represent Massachusetts in the National Geographic Bee next week.

Thirteen-year-old Lucy Chae is a student at the Charles Brown Middle School. 95 more words


Special Report: National Geographic Bee 2014 at SMS

By Claire T. Chen

Each year, fourth through eighth graders from across the country compete in the National Geographic Bee. The Bee is a competition, not unlike a spelling bee, in which the contestants answer questions about geography, both Earth’s natural features and landforms as well as countries, cities, and more. 174 more words

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Westside School student qualifies for Washington State Bee

We are exceptionally proud of J.P., who has qualified to compete in the state level competition of the National Geographic Bee, sponsored by Plum Creek. The State Bee is scheduled to be held later this month at Pacific Lutheran University.  165 more words

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