Four Alpha Omega Academy Students Qualify for National History Bee

Visit Alpha Omega Academy online or call 800-682-7396. Founded in 1977, Alpha Omega Publications is a leading provider of award-winning PreK-12 Christian curriculum, educational resources, and services to Christian schools and homeschool families worldwide. The 64 highest-ranked students advance to the championship buzzer rounds."I like that history teaches about the past, and I think it is fun to learn," Johnson said. "I give credit to God and my family for helping me and encouraging me. In addition, Tyler Burkhart of Columbus, Ohio, and Joseph Johnson of Prescott Valley, Arizona, made the championship event for seventh grade students. "It helps to understand what’s going on today when you learn about history."About Alpha Omega AcademyAccredited by NCA CASI, Alpha Omega Academy is the K-12 online school of Alpha Omega Publications. Johnson was only one of four 7th graders to qualify from the Phoenix regional."Qualifying for nationals is the largest accomplishment I have ever achieved," Johnson said. Share
Tweet Contact: Teri Elgersma, Alpha Omega Academy, 800-682-7391 ROCK RAPIDS, Iowa, May 22, 2017 /Christian Newswire/ — Four students at Alpha Omega Academy qualified for the 2017 National History Bee Finals to be held June 2-4 in Atlanta, Georgia.Matthew Clayton, a fourth grader from Mount Morris, Pennsylvania, and Elizabeth Will, a sixth grader from Estelline, South Dakota, qualified in the elementary division. Participants also take a 40 question multiple-choice exam. I also give credit to my school, my teachers at Alpha Omega Academy, and all their online history classes that are available."At the National Finals, each student competes in four preliminary buzzer rounds consisting of 25 questions each round.