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Congratulations to Elite Scholars Academy – The 2023 PAGE Georgia Academic Decathlon State Champion!

Clayton County’s Elite Scholars Academy, coached by Jack Smith, is the 2023 PAGE Georgia Academic Decathlon (GAD) State Champion. The team scored the highest number of points overall in Division I and II and earned the Howard Stroud Championship Trophy. It is the third time the school has captured the title. The team is invited to represent Georgia at the United States Academic Decathlon® national competition in Frisco Texas this April. Read More . . .

Please visit the GAD State Winners page for links to all of this year’s state medalists.

If you are interested in forming a Decathlon team, or would like to learn more about the program, we invite you to click here to view “All About the PAGE Georgia Academic Decathlon.” Please note, the video was made about ten years ago. While the general information is the same, there have been a few changes including: our website address is now and our email address is now

There are also additional videos available on the USAD website at (Three videos are available in the Footer under the titles “Schools and Teachers,” “Parents and Students,” and “Sponsors.”)

Thank you Volunteers!

Hundreds of volunteers are needed to facilitate the PAGE Georgia Academic Decathlon State Competition at Kennesaw State University on February 24-25. We provide training and will sign off on volunteer hours. Please visit the GAD Volunteer Information page for more information and to sign up.

The PAGE Georgia Academic Decathlon State competition couldn’t happen without the support of our volunteers. You are appreciated and we look forward to seeing you!

2022 USAD Nationals Results are in!

Georgia’s state champ, Elite Scholars Academy, finished 5th in their division and brought home eight National medals. The medalists are:

Natalie Jenkins: Bronze, Interview
Kayla Sheriffe: Bronze, Music and Founders Scholarship recipient – Most Improved Student

Brian Barnett: Bronze, Interview
Malcolm Shabazz: Bronze, Economics and Bronze, Mathematics

Oluwafeyisayo Romiluyi: Bronze, Music and GOLD, Speech
Victoria Popoola: Silver, Interview

Georgia’s Division IV rep, Model High School, also earned  2 National medals.

Quillen Lynn: Bronze, Essay
Walker Gallman: Silver, Essay

Villa Rica High School Varsity student, Halen Harper, earned a Bronze for Science in the Large School Online competition.
Columbus High School Honor student, Owen Steele, earned Bronze medals for both Science and Social Science in the Medium School Online competition.
Two of Davidson Fine Arts Magnet Honor students earned medals in the Small School Online competition. Song Ting Tang earned a Bronze in Economics and Andrew McMahon earned a Silver in Social Science.

You can find all the United States Academic Decathlon® National results here: