Sixth grader wins school-wide National Geographic GeoBee competition
Students in 4th - 8th grade are invited to compete in The National Geographic GeoBee which is an annual competition designed to inspire and reward students' curiosity about the world.
Monsignor Slade Catholic School held GeoBee finals recently. Nine students qualified to participate in the school-wide competition.
|Noah Bell||5th||Johan Patilano||7th|
|Zachary Cubello||8th||Colby Rich||8th|
|Abigail DelValle||6th||Ethan Rizzutti||8th|
|Liam Holstege||6th||Hayden Vess||5th|
During the competition, nine finalists were narrowed down to one following an intense round between the last two competitors. Liam Holstege, a sixth grade student, is Monsignor Slade Catholic School's #NatGeoBee champion. Holstege recently took his state qualifying test. The top-100-ranked students in Maryland will qualify to represent their school at the state GeoBee competition. State champions will then be invited to compete in the national championship.
We hope to share great news on Liam's behalf with you in early March!