Vermont's high school question-and-answer
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 Burlington bested 23 other schools from around the state to earn the right to represent Vermont in national competition.
UPCOMING EVENTS 2015-2016 RESULTS THE TEAMS RULES & FORMAT PAST RESULTS HISTORY LINKS
BURLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL: 2015-2016 STATE CHAMPION

Burlington captain Sterling Ford (front) and teammates (standing from left) Ben Hunt, Mary Markley, Oscar Smith and Bobby Treadwell pose after defeating Middlebury 360-290 to win the Vermont-NEA Scholars' Bowl championship at the University of Vermont on March 26th.

Middlebury Finishes Fifth at NAQT Small-School Nationals
Middlebury Union High School capped its season with the best-ever finish by a Vermont team at a tossup-bonus national tournament, finishing tied for fifth at the NAQT Small-Schol National Tournament in Chicago on the weekend of April 30 and May 1. The Tigers rolled through Saturday's preliminary rounds of the 80-team tournament with a 7-2 record to earn the seventh seed for the playoffs. The Vermont-NEA Scholars' Bowl runners-up then knocked off Centralia (Mo.), Lisle (Ill.) and BASIS (Ariz.) in do-or-die playoff matches before being eliminated by Piasa Southwestern (Ill.) in a matchup for a berth in the final four. Middlebury finished the tournament with a 10-4 record, setting a state record for the most wins in a national tournament. Middlebury's results

Upcoming Tournaments
(See Upcoming Events above for details)

Date Event Location
May 28-29 NAQT National Champonships Dallas, Texas

If you are interested in information about our organization, email Tournament Director Kevin Commo.

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