|Vermont's high school
academic competition for more than 30 years.
|Welcome to the home of competitive academics in the state of Vermont. Since the 1983-84 school year, the Vermont-NEA Scholars' Bowl has been challenging teams of high school students to show their smarts in a fast-paced question-and-answer format. This year teams from around the state are seeking to dethrone champion Essex and earn the right to represent Vermont in national competition.|
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ABRAHAM UNION: 2014-2015 SMALL-SCHOOL CHAMPION
The Mount Abraham Union High School team celebrates after defeating Montpelier to win the Vermont-NEA Scholars' Bowl's inaugural small-school championship on January 31. MAU will be one of 13 teams competing for the overall state title on March 28. (Photo by Kevin Commo)
|Essex Earns Second Straight NAQT
Essex captured the Vermont NAQT Championship for the second straight year on Friday, March 6, sweeping nine rounds of matches to conquer a field of 28 teams at Spaulding High School. The Hornets edged South Burlington in overtime before outlastng runner-up Burlington 225-170 in a de facto title game in the last match of the A playoff round robin. Hanover, Bishop Guertin and South Burlington completed the top five in the large-school field. Montpelier B was the champion of the small-school competition, overcoming a loss to its own A team in the first playoff round by winning four straight matches -- including a 140-110 win over Middlebury A, the other 4-1 playoff team. South Burlington's Phil Holt was the top overall scorer while BFA-Fairfax's Geoff Schukei was the leading scorer among the small schools.
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