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Geographic Bee
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Dec 01, 2017 2017-12-01

Funding & Recognition

Competition to Inspire Curiosity About the World

The National Geographic Bee is an annual geography competition organized by the National Geographic Society. To participate in the national competition, schools must register to hold their own geography bee. One winning student from each registered school will take a state-bee qualifying test. The champion from each state will then be invited to compete in the national championship. Schools must pay an early registration fee of $120 or the regular registration fee of $140. Schools that need financial support can complete the Registration Discount Request. The first-place winner will receive a $50,000 scholarship, a lifetime subscription to National Geographic magazine, a trip, and $500 cash. The second-place winner will receive a $25,000 scholarship and $500 cash; the third-place winner, a $10,000 scholarship and $500 cash; and the fourth- through tenth-place winners, $500 cash.

Deadlines: December 22, 2017, for early, discounted registration; January 26, 2018, for regular registration

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