EVSC Schools Compete in Area Academic Super Bowl Competition


North, Harrison Earn Opportunity to Advance to State CompetitionEVSC

Last week, more than 277 teams and 5,000 students across the state competed in district Senior Area Academic Super Bowl Competitions and for the chance to qualify to compete at the state super bowl competition in May at Purdue University.
In the EVSC, North and Harrison high schools both qualified to compete at the state level in Class 1 by finishing in the top seven in the state. North finished first in the state, based on scores, in English and second in fine arts. Harrison finished fourth in the state in English and fifth in math.
In Class 2, the top five teams advance and Bosse High School just missed the cutoff by placing sixth in the state in Science and seventh in Fine Arts.
Academic Super Bowl is hosted by the Indiana Association of School Principals and are composed of five subject matter rounds – English, science, social studies, mathematics and fine arts – and a sixth interdisciplinary round in which questions may come from any and all of the subject areas and is centered around a specific theme. This year’s senior Academic Super Bowl theme was Westward Expansion 1783 – 1900.