Massachusetts Geographic Alliance 

Massachusetts Geography Bee

National Geography Bee

The National Geographic Bee is a very well established program whereby students compete at the school, state, and national levels.
For information go to the National Geography Bee Website (Link)


2017 Massachusetts Geography Bee - Winner: Theodore Batty

Theodore Batty - Massachusetts Geography Bee Winner 2015

Theodore Batty a 6th grader from the Jenkins School in Scituate. Theodore will be representing Massachusetts in the national finals of the Geography Bee on May 14th in Washington, DC.









2016 Massachusetts Geography Bee - Winner: Saketh Jonnalagadda

Saketh Jonnalagadda - Massachusetts Geography Bee Winner 2015

The Massachusetts Geography Bee was held on Friday April 1st at Elms College in Chicopee. After competing with 100 Massachusetts school Geo Bee winners, the 2016 State Geography Bee champion is Saketh Jonnalagadda, an 8th grader from Stony Brook Middle School in Westford, MA (in the middle of the photo, with the two runners up). Congratulations to Saketh and we wish him all the very best as he goes to Washington DC in May to compete in the National Geography Bee.






2015 Massachusetts Geography Bee - Winner: Lucy Chae

Lucy Chae - Massachusetts Geography Bee Winner 2015The 2015 Massachusetts Geography Bee winner is Lucy Chae, a 7th grader from Charles E. Brown School in Newton. This is the first time in its 27 year Geography Bee participation that Massachusetts has had a female student win the right to represent Massachusetts at the National Geography Bee in Washington DC May 11th -13th. Congratulations to Lucy and to all the many students across the state who participated in the Geography Bee. Runners up were; Michael Izdal of Wilson Middle School in Natick and  Markus Elbert of Oak Hill Middle School  In Newton.

Worcester Telegram & Gazette Article

Charter TV News Clip



Registraion for schools can be found by visiting the National Geographic Bee website:


Sathwik Karnik of Plainville, Massachusetts won the 2013 National Geography Bee!

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