Contest participants cannot be older than fourteen as of August 31 of the year before the competition; nor can they be past the eighth grade as of February 1 of that years competition. Previous winners are also ineligible to compete.
How do you qualify for spelling bee?
In general terms, the Scripps National Spelling Bee program is open to students who have neither turned 16 nor passed beyond the eighth grade, and who attend schools that are officially enrolled with our program for the current academic year.
Who can participate in Spell Bee?
Students must be in grades one through nine (1-9). A student is eligible to participate in the India Spelling Bee for no more than five years in total. A student must be enrolled in a school that has registered for the India Spelling Bee. Students can only participate in one ISB per academic year.
Who is the youngest person to win the spelling bee?
Phillip Gleason Phillip Gleason becomes youngest spelling bee winner.
What grade do you do spelling bee?
In general, we recommend level One Bee for lower elementary, Two Bee for upper elementary and Three Bee for middle school. When spellers are comfortable with the words at their starting difficulty level, they are ready to learn the remainder of the 2022 School Spelling Bee Study List, which includes all three levels.
Why is spelling bee so important?
The benefits of spelling bees extend beyond language: Since children are required to spell words while on stage, kids also develop self-confidence, communication and public speaking skills, and the ability to thrive under pressure. That will surely spell success for their futures.