Daviess County won the national championship in our JV division last year. This year, with the same contestants, they became the first Kentucky school ever to win the Varsity title. Their victories over Briarcliff and No. 3 Harrison were decisive.
Coach Ann Koshy
We have been calling ourselves “The Finest in Academic Competition” since 1982. But don’t take our word for it. See what our participants have to say...
“We have been to your NAC tourney 3 times in the past ten years...
last year we actually “made it” to Sunday. We always had memorable experiences.
We also went to [*] twice in that period of time. This year we had a scheduling problem ...
and we opted for the [#] tournament this past weekend ... What a mistake! ...
The question set from [#] was definitely not to our liking relying way too much on irrelevant
rote facts instead of things that are relevant for today's students.
My team was very disappointed and it was a sad way to end their academic team careers.
We still managed to have a good time visiting battlefields in the region and
reminiscing over the past four years. I guess the point of my note is to let you know,
Chip, that you have a fine tournament and to keep doing what you have been doing!”
Barry L. Gallagher, DuBois Area (PA) High School Academic Team.
* name of tournament withheld
# name of another tournament withheld
“[Our] team has participated in national tournaments for eight of
[the last ten]
years. Our third year, due to scheduling, we attended another national tournament.
It was evident to us following this experience that the National Academic Championship
sponsored by Questions Unlimited was head and shoulders above the other tournament.
Scheduling, staying on schedule, professionalism of the staff and administration,
and the general friendliness of the tournament really stand out.
This is why in the eight trips to national tournaments we have chosen
the National Academic Championships seven times. Thanks for the great experience.”
Steve Duffee, Boone, Iowa.