List of mathematics competitions
Mathematics competitions or mathematical olympiads are competitive events where participants sit a mathematics test. These tests may require multiple choice or numeric answers, or a detailed written s...
United States Academic Decathlon
The Academic Decathlon (USAD, AcDec, Acadec, AD, ACDC) is the only annual high school academic competition organized by the non-profit United States Academic Decathlon Association. The competition con...
United States Academic Decathlon - Wikipedia
Canadian Geography Challenge
The Great Canadian Geography Challenge is an annual academic competition in Canada dedicated to the testing of geographic knowledge among kids in fourth through tenth grades.
The Geography Challen...
Intermediate Math League of Eastern Massachusetts
The Intermediate Math League of Eastern Massachusetts (or IMLEM) is a math league for middle schools across Eastern Massachusetts. A brief history of IMLEM is given in its By-Laws:
Each of the 64 ...
Quizzing in Belgium
Quizzing in Belgium or Belgian Style Quizzing is the Belgian variant of the British Pub Quiz Nights or Quiz Bowls. The mind sport has a long tradition in Belgian (though, mostly Flemish) culture and i...
Math-O-Vision
Math-O-Vision is an applied mathematics movie contest open to students who are legal residents of the 50 United States and the District of Columbia, at least 13 years of age and are registered in high...
Daniel Berdichevsky
Daniel Berdichevsky, also known as DemiDec Dan and "the Alpaca-in-Chief" (born July 20, 1976), is a noted figure in international education, the application of online social networks, and in the desig...
Daniel Berdichevsky - Wikipedia
Huntington University Math Competition
The Huntington University Math Competition (HUMC) was created in 2000 by Dr. Patrick Eggleton, an associate professor of mathematics at Huntington University in Huntington, Indiana, in order to "foste...
Spelling bee
A spelling bee (also sometimes a "Spelling B") is a competition in which contestants are asked to spell a broad selection of words, usually with a varying degree of difficulty. The concept is thought ...
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Protmušis
Protmušis (literally "Mindfight" in Lithuanian) is a team pub quiz-type game (where the teams play against each other) that takes place in Vilnius, Lithuania. The organisers and participants of Protmu...
Protmušis - Wikipedia
Cullum Geographical Medal
The Cullum Geographical Medal is one of the oldest awards of the American Geographical Society. It was established in the will of Major General George Washington Cullum (1809–92), the vice president o...
Cullum Geographical Medal - Wikipedia
National Geographic World Championship
The National Geographic World Championship (previously called the International Geography Olympiad, which is now the title of another similar competition for older schoolchildren) is a biennial, two-d...
Alexander & Ilse Melamid Medal
Alexander (/ˈæləɡzˈændər/, /ˈæləɡzˈɑːndər/) is a common male first name, and less common surname derived from the Greek "Αλέξανδρος" (Aléxandros). The most famous is Alexander the Great, who created o...
US Geography Challenge
The United States Geography Olympiad (USGO) is a nationwide academic geography competition for primary and secondary school students in the United States. It was introduced during the 2012-2013 school...
Rhode Island Math League
The Rhode Island Mathematics League (RIML) competition consists of four meets spanning the entire year. It culminates at the state championship held at Cranston High School West. Top schools from the...
Grand Dictation of the Dutch Language
The Grand Dictation of the Dutch Language (Dutch: Groot Dictee der Nederlandse Taal) is a televised spelling test for adults organized by the Belgian newspaper De Morgen, the Dutch newspaper de Volksk...
International Philosophy Olympiad
The International Philosophy Olympiad (IPO) is an International Science Olympiad, a philosophy competition for high school students. It is organized under the auspices of the FISP (Fédération Internat...
Washington State Knowledge Bowl Tournament
Washington State Knowledge Bowl is an academic competition for high school students in Washington State. Imported from Colorado, Olympic ESD 114 coordinated the state's first Knowledge Bowl competitio...
MaRRS Spelling Bee
MaRRS International Spelling Bee is the largest Spelling Bee held in Asia for school children. It is conducted by MaRRS Intellectual Services Pvt. Ltd. The assessment and learning materials for the M....
World Quizzing Championship
The World Quizzing Championship is an individual quiz contest organised by the International Quizzing Association (the umbrella organisation of various quizzing organisations from more than 25 countri...
World Quizzing Championship - Wikipedia
Geography Cup
The Geography Cup is an online, international competition between the United States and the United Kingdom, with the aim of determining which nation collectively knows more about geography. It was als...
Geography Cup - Wikipedia
Hard Spell Abbey
Hard Spell Abbey was a five-part spelling bee game show produced for CBBC. It was shot entirely on location in Suffolk during 2004. The series was designed to accompany Hard Spell, a family spelling c...
Miksike MentalMath
Miksike MentalMath is a project for students to improve their mental calculation skill. The project consists of online JavaScript-based mental training and competing platform and competitions which ar...
Science Bowl
The National Science Bowl (NSB) is a high school and middle school science knowledge competition using a quiz bowl format held in the United States. A buzzer system similar to those seen on popular te...
Science Bowl - Wikipedia
Cheaters (film)
Cheaters is an HBO movie released in 2000 that chronicles the story of the 1994–1995 Steinmetz High School team that cheated in the United States Academic Decathlon (USAD). It is based on a true stor...
Spelling Bee of Canada
The Spelling Bee of Canada is a charitable, educational spelling bee organization founded by Julie Spence in the Greater Toronto Area in 1987. As of 2012 over 46,000 children have participated in the ...