National Geography Bee

The National Geographic Bee, an educational program of the National Geographic Society, is a nationwide geography competition for U.S. schools with any grades four through eight, designed to encourage the teaching and study of geography. 

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How do we do it?
4th-8th grade students participate in a qualify round of GEO Bee in their general education classroom. The top qualifiers will receive an invitation to participate in the final school round. The winner will then take a Written Qualifying Test that will be submitted to National Geo Bee Headquarters. The top 100 Colorado finalists will be invited to participate at the state level.

When can I start?
Classroom Geography Bee will begin in mid-September to late-October. School Geography Bee will occur in mid-to-late January. If a student qualifies for State, the competition date will be Friday, March 27.

Program Fee:
There are no program fees associated with this program. Travel expenses may occur if student qualifies for State.

Volunteers Needed:
Parent volunteers may be needed at classroom or school level competitions. Anyone willing to volunteer should contact the school.