The AISA is excited to announce a new partnership for our scholars bowl competition. At the middle school and high school level, we have partnered with the Alabama Scholastic Competition Association (ASCA). This partnership will automatically allow the winners of the AISA State Scholars Bowl tournaments to now advance to the ASCA state tournament. We will still utilize the NAQT test series and winners of our state competitions will still be eligible of national competitions.
In doing this, we have now adopted the ASCA rules for competitions. Please review these rules as they are different from our previous rules. All AISA middle school and high school teams participating in district/state will also be required to be members of ASCA. This membership has a lot of benefits and opportunities and we hope all AISA will take advantage of this opportunity and participate in many of their related events.
If you have questions about ASCA, visit their website at http://home.hiwaay.net/~asca/index.html or if you have membership questions, contact Claudette Smith (firstname.lastname@example.org ) or Josh Rutsky (JRutsky@hoover.k12.al.us ).
Registration Forms: http://home.hiwaay.net/~asca/members.html
Check on the available resources to study from:
NAQT (National Academic Quiz Tournaments) http://naqt.com/
|AISA District High School (grades 9-12) Scholars' Bowl Competition Date: February 6, 2019||AISA State High School Scholars' Bowl Competition Date: March 7, 2019 at Huntingdon College, Montgomery|
|AISA District Middle School (grades 6-8) Scholars' Bowl Competition Date: December 5, 2018||AISA State Middle School Scholars' Bowl Competition Date: January 28, 2019 Huntingdon College|
|1st Place||The Donoho School||James Perry
|2nd Place||Morgan Academy||Fort Chittom
Richard Alan Waters
|High Individual Scorer||The Donoho School||James Perry|
|1st Place||Springwood School||Ryan Fowler|
|2nd Place||Cottage Hill Christian Academy||Peter Olsen|
Ashlyn Newton Davis Tharp
|High Individual Scorer||Springwood School||Chase Carithers||Pam Wood|
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