Congratulations to the 2022 State Champions – The Westminster Schools
The Westminster Schools, an independent school in Fulton County, won top honors at this year’s PAGE Academic Bowl for Middle Grades State Championship competition. The team captured the title at the event on Saturday, Jan. 22, 2022, at Georgia College & State University in Milledgeville.
During the morning session of the event, 19 semi-finalist teams from across the state competed in a round-robin competition. Eight teams emerged as finalists and competed against each other in the afternoon single-elimination competition session. Westminster’s team members are Alan Marhic, Angelica Roman, Anselm Bell, Jackson Harless, Kalyan Rao, Madeleine Hathorn, Max Bell, Robert Ragland, Samanyu Ganesh, Sona Nandwana, Edward Rosenblath, Kamren Maithel, and Ryan Wakely. Jon Hathorn and Dr. Robert Cochran coach the team.
All eight teams competing in the final rounds earned medals and awards. Other award-winning teams . . . Read more
See the list of winners on the Region and State Winners page.
Thank you Volunteers
Thank you to EVERYONE who volunteered at Regional and State competitions this year. Volunteers are an integral part of the PAGE Academic Bowl and the competitions couldn’t take place without your support. If you are interested in volunteering in the future, please email State Coordinator, Michelle Crawford at email@example.com and ask to be added to our volunteer database.
Thank you again for helping make the 2022 PAGE Academic Bowl a success!
Training Video Available
Created specifically for the PAGE Academic Bowl for Middle Grades volunteers, thisshould teach you the ins and outs of what to do about the situations that can (and do) arise during a competition. This video will also be helpful for new coaches, parents and students who want to hone their knowledge of the PAGE Academic Bowl rules. (The most current rules can be found in the Volunteer Manual.)
The video is approximately 26 minutes in length.
Please also download the accompanying “Volunteer Manual” (updated 11/2/18) and follow along starting at the “Toss-ups” section. The video was created in 2010 and contains some outdated information. Rules in the manual are updated and correct. Always refer to the manual for the most current version of the rules.
Inclement Weather Policy
Competition will be postponed if bad weather forces the cancellation of classes at the host location or if a majority of participating schools have classes cancelled the day before the event. Competition will be rescheduled for the following weekend unless there are extenuating circumstances. Every effort will be made to notify all participating head coaches via email if postponement is necessary, and in all instances notification will be posted on this page of the website.