International Academic Competitions is planning on holding Regional Finals tournaments for the National History Bee this academic year in each of the regions listed below. Most tournaments will be held on Saturdays or Sundays, and will be held in conjunction with the Regional Finals of the National Science Bee and a regional tournament for the US Academic Bee. All three competitions will take place at different times during the day so that students can compete in all three events if they are interested (and qualified to do so in the case of the History Bee and Science Bee).

Certain events may be held on weekday afternoons and evenings, particularly on Fridays; in these cases, there would not be a Science and Academic Bee at the same site on the same date. The projected dates are listed next to each region though these are subject to change. No events will run prior to February 15, however.

Students will be assigned to a principal and a secondary Regional Finals location based on their location and other factors. If they qualify for the Regional Finals, they will be permitted to sign up for either of those Regional Finals locations but are asked to prioritize their principal location. Students from the same school may attend either assigned location, but no student will be allowed to attend both locations.

In most cases, the primary region will be the closest site to their school, though this may not be true in all cases.

Events are grouped here by region for convenience sake in locating your nearest sites; these groupings do not have any further relevance, however. For further questions about scheduling, please email info@iacompetitions.com

Northeast & Mid-Atlantic
1. Baltimore – Saturday, March 28, Burleigh Manor Middle School, Ellicott City, MD
2. Boston
3. Bridgeport – Saturday, February 29, Bethel Middle School, Bethel, CT
4. New York City North – Saturday, March 7, Ridgewood High School, Ridgewood, NJ
5. Long Island
6. New York City South
7. Philadelphia North
8. Philadelphia South – Saturday, March 28, Cinnaminson Middle School, Cinnaminson, NJ
9. Pittsburgh – Saturday, April 4, Windber Area Middle School, Windber, PA
10. Washington – Saturday, February 22, Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, Alexandria, VA
11. Northern New England – Saturday, February 15, Burlington High School, Burlington, VT

Southeast
12. Atlanta North – Saturday, February 29, Creekland Middle School, Canton, GA
13. Atlanta South – Saturday, March 28, Mason Creek Middle School, Winston, GA (tentative)
14. Birmingham
15. Low Country – Saturday, March 14, Waccamaw Intermediate School, Pawleys Island, SC
16. Charlotte – Saturday, February 22, Thomas Jefferson Classical Academy, Mooresboro, NC
17. Lexington
18. Nashville – Saturday, March 7, Freedom Middle School, Franklin, TN
19. Miami
20. Richmond – Saturday, April 18, Fairfield Middle School, Henrico, VA
21. Tampa/St. Petersburg – Saturday, February 15, Largo High School, Largo, FL

South Central
22. Austin – Saturday, February 29, Liberal Arts and Science Academy (LASA), Austin, TX
23. Dallas
24. Houston – Saturday, March 28, The Honor School, Sugar Land, TX
25. Memphis
26. New Orleans – Saturday, March 21, Glasgow Middle School, Baton Rouge, LA

Midwest
27. Chicago North
28. Chicago South – Saturday, March 21, Komarek School, North Riverside, IL
29. Columbus
30. Miami Valley – March 14, Beavercreek High School, Beavercreek, OH
31. Detroit
32. Indianapolis – Saturday, March 21, St. Richard’s Episcopal School, Indianapolis, IN
33. Kansas City
34. Milwaukee
35. Minneapolis
36. Omaha
37. St. Louis/Central Illinois

West
38. Bozeman
39. Denver
40. Los Angeles
41. Portland – Saturday, March 14, Columbia River High School, Vancouver, WA
42. Phoenix
43. San Francisco
44. Seattle
45. Southern California