Difference between revisions of "Missouri Scholars Academy Scholar Bowl"

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*[[Grant Gates]] (MSA '08; [[North Kansas City]] '10)
 
*[[Grant Gates]] (MSA '08; [[North Kansas City]] '10)
 
*[[Ikshu Neithalath]] (MSA '09; [[Clayton (Missouri High School)|Clayton]] '11)
 
*[[Ikshu Neithalath]] (MSA '09; [[Clayton (Missouri High School)|Clayton]] '11)
*[[Sabrina Fritz]] (MSA '09; [[Villa Duchesne]] '11)
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*[[Charlie Fritz]] (MSA '09; [[Villa Duchesne]] '11)
 
*[[Craig Chval]] (MSA '09; [[Rock Bridge]] '11; MSA RA '12)
 
*[[Craig Chval]] (MSA '09; [[Rock Bridge]] '11; MSA RA '12)
 
*[[Michael Menkhus]] (MSA '12; [[Oakville]] '14)
 
*[[Michael Menkhus]] (MSA '12; [[Oakville]] '14)

Latest revision as of 12:04, 5 October 2018

The Missouri Scholars Academy is a summer program for gifted rising high school juniors founded to stimulate intellectual development. One feature of MSA life is the Scholar Bowl tournament, a quizbowl event in which members of the various houses at MSA compete for a student championship. The top student team then competes against staff, faculty, and RAs.

From 2010 to 2015, Olympia Academic Competition Questions wrote the questions for the entirety of the tournament.

Many current active quizbowlers, coaches and other career standouts are connected in some fashion to the MSA Scholar Bowl program: