Geography Bee

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Submitted by Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic School

McKnight, as well as other school-level winners across Alabama and the U.S., recently took a written geography test to try to qualify for their state competition. more

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Robert Merchant

Photo courtesy of Sharon Christman, Alabama State Bee Coordinator.

Homewood Middle School student Robert Merchant came in second place at this year’s Alabama National Geographic Bee. more

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Photo courtesy of Mary Stephens Pugh.

Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic School fourth-grader Noah Elmore won this year’s geography bee competition. more

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Brothers Robert and James Merchant are both National Geographic geography bee champions. more


Shades Cahaba Elementary School’s Geography Bee winner was Caleb Okanlawon, pictured on the right next to Principal John Lowery. The runner-up was Bailey Levering, not pictured. more


Hall-Kent Elementary fifth-grader Robert Merchant placed in the top 10 in the statewide Geography Bee after placing first in Homewood’s bee. more


Shades Cahaba Elementary student Ayona Roychowdhury and Hall-Kent Elementary fifth-grader Robert Merchant recently won the opportunity to compete in the Alabama State Geographic Bee. more

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Hall-Kent Elementary School fifth-grader Robert Merchant won the school-level competition of the 2014 National Geographic Bee in January. more


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