Registration for the National Geographic Bee is online.
This year registration for the National Geographic Bee is online only. Materials will be available for download as soon as registration payment ($100 per school) is processed. Each year thousands of schools in the United States participate in the National Geographic Bee using materials prepared by the National Geographic Society. The contest is designed to motivate students to learn about the world and how it works. Schools with students in grades four through eight are eligible for this entertaining and challenging competition.
Geo Bee materials are now available to download!
Geo Bee materials are now available online to School Bee Coordinators who've registered and submitted payment. Sign in to the Geo Bee Registration and Resource Center to download your materials now. (Please note: Bee questions are only available for download and will not be mailed.) Once you are on the Registration and Resource Center website, click on the “Sign In” button at the top of the page and use the School Bee Coordinator’s email and password (both case sensitive).
Watch and see if you can answer the video questions from Keith Urban and astronaut Rick Mastracchio from the 2014 National Geographic Bee championship.
How to Help
Donations help fund schools to participate in the National Geographic Bee.
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