2022 SSNCT

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The 2022 Small School National Championship Tournament was the eighth iteration of NAQT's SSNCT, held on April 22-24 at the Hyatt Regency O'Hare in Rosemont, IL. As with recent iterations, the tournament was split into two separate divisions: the Traditional Public Schools Division, which was open to public schools with 500 or fewer students enrolled in the top three grades; and the Open Division, which was open to schools which did not meet the definition of a "Traditional Public School" and which had 350 or fewer students enrolled in their top three grades. The Traditional Public Schools Division also contained a Very Small Schools subdivision, which consisted of public schools with 300 or fewer students enrolled in their top three grades.

55 teams contested the Traditional Public Schools division, 27 of which were categorized as Very Small Schools. A further 55 teams contested the Open Division.

Traditional Public Schools Division

2022 NAQT SSNCT (Traditional Public)
Edited by NAQT
Champion Glasgow
Runner-up Herscher
Third Garfield
Fourth Fair Grove
High scorer Jack Rado, Garfield
Site Hyatt Regency O'Hare
Field 55 (27 VSS)
Stats [1]

Glasgow went undefeated to clear the field, claiming their fourth SSNCT Public Schools title in doing so. Herscher finished second, while Garfield and Fair Grove respectively finished third and fourth overall and first and second in the Very Small Schools subdivision.

Open Division

2022 NAQT SSNCT (Open)
Edited by NAQT
Champion St. Mark's A
Runner-up BASIS McLean A
Third St. Mark's B
Fourth Moravian Academy A
High scorer Calvin Bostleman, Toledo Arts
Site Hyatt Regency O'Hare
Field 55
Stats [2]

St. Mark's School of Texas A defeated BASIS McLean A in the finals to win their second consecutive and third overall Open Division SSNCT title. The St. Mark's B team finished third, matching the 2014 LASA B team's record for best B team performance at a national championship. Moravian Academy A finished fourth.