National Geographic Bee 

*National Geographic Society has decided to cancel the 2021 GeoBee and are taking the opportunity to reimagine what a geography experience for young people could look like altogether.*

Geo Bee Schedule
Monthly study session dates to be announced, beginning October
TBD Preliminary Rounds
TBD Final/Championship Round
TBD Online Qualifying Test for State Competition
TBD State Competition
TBD National Competition

What is GeoBee?

The National GeoBee is an annual competition across the United States. The participants from each school compete at the school and the winner of each school gets the chance to test for the State competition. The State winner has a chance to compete at national level and win college scholarships and the glory of being the national GeoBee Champion.  


Who is eligible for GeoBee? 

GeoBee is for students in Grade 4 and 5 only.  This competition is funded by Enatai PTSA and is free for all eligible students.


How can you help your child study at home?

1. Use study material provided by the program.  The study material will be available from October.  

2. You can find various study materials in the Geo Bee page on the National Geographic website.

3. Try the Amazon Alexa skill called National Geographic Geo Quiz for six new questions each day.

4. Take the online GeoBee Quiz.

5. Download the GeoBee Challenge App.

6. Play a Kahoot!


What are the details of the GeoBee competition? 

The competition is held through oral competition, written competition, and a final oral competition among all participants at school in mid January. The winner of school competition will complete online test for State Qualifiers. The top 100 school winners from the state qualifier test in each state will compete for State Championship in March and the State Champion will go to Washington DC for the National title and college scholarship in May.  

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