1995 NAC

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1995 National Academic Championship
Champion Maggie Walker
Runner-up James Island
Third Grand Rapids
Fourth Dorman
High scorer
Editor/s Questions Unlimited
Site University of Dallas & Marymount University in Arlington, VA

Won by Maggie Walker (then "Governor's School") over James Island.

44 teams participated at the University of Dallas from June 2 to 5. 64 teams participated in the second phase and overall finals, held at Marymount University in Arlington, VA from June 9 to 12.

Brad Harris of James Island and junior Amanda Goad of Governor's School joined the NAC Hall of Fame after this tournament.

Following this tournament, the Richmond Times-Dispatch and Spartanburg Herald-Journal published competing editorials debating which was the "smartest city in the South," as Richmond became the first city to produce two different NAC champions, 1990 Collegiate and 1995 Maggie Walker, while Spartanburg was home to the only two-time champion, Dorman in 1989 and 1991.


1. Governor's School (VA) (9-0, 448 ppg)

2. James Island (SC) (7-1, 418 ppg)

3. Houston Eisenhower (TX) (7-1, 366 ppg)

4. Grand Rapids City (MI) (5-2, 311 ppg)

5. Indian Springs (AL) (6-1, 374 ppg)

6. Klein Forest (TX) (6-1, 392 ppg)

7. Auburn (AL) (6-2, 385 ppg)

8. East Brunswick (NJ) (6-1, 362 ppg)

9. Edmond Memorial (OK) (6-2, 356 ppg)

10. Manheim Township (PA) (4-1, 430 ppg)

Brookwood/Indian Springs game

J.R. Barry writes of a charming example of Chip being Chip here:



Aiken (SC)

Alamosa (CO)

All Saints (VI)

Alvin (TX)

Ankeny (IA)

Antonito (CO)

Apollo (KY)

Ardsley (NY)

Auburn (AL)

Bellaire (TX)

Binghamton (NY)

Bishop Garrigan (IA)

Bishop Kelley (OK)

Bixby (OK)


Booker T. Washington (OK)

Brazoswood (TX)

Bridgeport (WV)

Brookwood (GA)

Cathedral (Indianapolis, IN)

Catholic High (New Iberia, LA)

Center Grove (IN)

Central Gwinnett (GA)

Centralia (MO)

Chardon (OH)

Christian Brothers (NJ)

Cistercian Prep (TX)

City (Grand Rapids, MI)

Clarkstown North (NY)

Colonia (NJ)

Cooper (Abilene, TX)

Coronado (TX)

Creighton Prep (NE)

Cumberland (IL)

Delaware Hayes (OH)

Delaware Valley (PA)

Detroit Catholic Central (MI)

Dorman (SC)

Dulles (TX)

Eagletown (OK)

East Brunswick (NJ)

Edmond Memorial (OK)

Eisenhower (Houston) (TX)

Eisenhower (MI)

Elkins (TX)

Enid (OK)

Eureka (SD)

Frisch (NJ)

Frontier (OH)

Ft. Smith Southside (AR)

Ft. Worth Country Day (TX)

Geneva (AL)

Gordon Central (GA)

Governor's School (VA)

Grosse Pointe North (MI)

Hillcrest Lutheran (MN)

Horace Greeley (NY)

Indian Springs (AL)

Irmo (SC)

Irvington (NY)

Jackson Prep (MS)

James Island (SC)

Jenks (OK)

Jim Thorpe (PA)

Kinkaid (TX)

Kirksville (MO)

Klein Forest (TX)

Lake Highlands (TX)

Lakeside (Hot Springs, AR)

Lewis County (KY)

Louisiana School (Natchitoches, LA)

Madison Central (MS)

Manheim Township (PA)

Master's Academy (FL)

McAllen Memorial (TX)

Memorial (Houston, TX)

Milton (GA)

Monroe County (KY)

Nazareth (PA)

New Rochelle (NY)

North Branch (MI)

Odessa (TX)

Parkersburg Catholic (WV)

Pella Christian (IA)

Plano (TX)

Plano East (TX)

Queensbury (NY)

Ridgefield (CT)

Saunders (NY)

Southwestern Central (Jamestown, NY)

Strake Jesuit (TX)

Stratford (SC)

St. Joseph's (IN)

St. Joseph's (NJ)

Temple (TX)

Terrebonne (LA)

Thomas Jefferson (VA)

Thousand Islands (NY)

Torrey Pines (CA)

Vandebilt Catholic (LA)

Vanguard (FL)

West Brook (TX)

West Florence (SC)

Western Reserve (OH)

Wheelersburg (OH)

White Plains (NY)

William Tennent (PA)

Ysleta (TX)

1995 National Academic Championship
1994 NAC
1996 NAC