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'''Stanford Online High School''' (sOHS) is an online school based in Stanford, California, although it has students from all over the world. A program was founded in 2016 by Beth Athaide but the school was not certified by NAQT and never attended a tournament. In 2018, [[User:Karan Gurazada | Karan Gurazada]] reestablished the program, and in September 2018 the school gained permission from NAQT to play in local, State, and National tournaments. The team finished 3rd in [[California Cup | California Cup #1]], posting an impressive 25.37 PPB on WHAQ difficulty.
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'''Stanford Online High School''' (sOHS) is an online school based in Stanford, California, although it has students from all over the world. A program was founded in 2016 by Beth Athaide but the school was not certified by NAQT and never attended a tournament. In 2018, [[User:Karan Gurazada | Karan Gurazada]] re-established the program, and in September 2018 the school gained permission from NAQT to play in local, State, and National tournaments. The A-team finished 3rd in [[California Cup | California Cup #1]], posting 25.37 PPB on WHAQ difficulty. The club's top scorers are Karan Gurazada and [[Shiva Oswal]].
  
 
==The Club==
 
==The Club==

Revision as of 20:29, 6 December 2018

Stanford Online High School
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Location:
Stanford, California
Club President Karan Gurazada
Coaches Dr. James Doherty
State Championships California
National Championships None
National Appearances None
Program Status Active
School Size 804

Stanford Online High School (sOHS) is an online school based in Stanford, California, although it has students from all over the world. A program was founded in 2016 by Beth Athaide but the school was not certified by NAQT and never attended a tournament. In 2018, Karan Gurazada re-established the program, and in September 2018 the school gained permission from NAQT to play in local, State, and National tournaments. The A-team finished 3rd in California Cup #1, posting 25.37 PPB on WHAQ difficulty. The club's top scorers are Karan Gurazada and Shiva Oswal.

The Club

The sOHS quizbowl club has about 12 members, over half of which show up to tournaments. The president of the club is Karan Gurazada, a former player for BASIS Silicon Valley. The full roster of the Pi-oneers also plays for sOHS. Josh Rollin was named the club's official statistician.

2018-2019 Results

Date Tournament Question Set Team PPG PPB Rank Stats
10/27 California Cup #1 WHAQ III: Miami Vice A 454.0 25.37 3/19 [1]
10/27 California Cup #1 WHAQ III: Miami Vice B 281.0 18.53 14/19 [2]

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