Twelve

 

Teams of twelve students tackle twelve topics with twelve questions each. Twelve is an original competition developed by the North Carolina Association for Scholastic Activities (NCASA).

 

TWELVE - More than 400 students from schools across North Carolina competed in the ninth annual Twelve Regional Competitions on Saturday, November 23.  Students were tested on their knowledge of the core curriculum plus wildcard topics such as State Symbols and Visual Arts. 

Top teams and qualifiers for the December 14 State Final hosted by Jay M Robinson Middle School are shown below with their scores at Regionals.

Brown Summit Middle School - State Champions

The State Finals of the Middle School Twelve Competition were held Sturday, January 26 at Northwest Guilford Middle School. 

The Early College at Guilford - State Champions

The State Finals of the High School Twelve Competition were held Saturday, December 8 hosted by Simon G Atkins High School.

TWELVE - More than 400 students from schools across North Carolina competed in the eighth annual Twelve Regional Competitions on Saturday, November 17.  Students were tested on their knowledge of the core curriculum plus wildcard topics such as Current Events and NC History. 

Top teams and qualifiers for the December 8 State Final hosted by Simon G Atkins High School are shown below with their scores at Regionals.

 

State Champion Metrolina Regional Scholars Academy

The NCASA Board of Directors met and reviewed the situation concerning the Twelve State Finals and winter weather. After extensive review of possible next steps including a reschedule date and attempting to allow schools to compete remotely, the decision was made not to attempt to reschedule the State Finals a second time.

This decision means we will use the scores from Regionals as the final competition results. See final standings below:

Twelve is a knowledge-based academic competition that challenges teams of students to answer questions covering a variety of subject areas. The competition is based primarily on the core curriculum. Twelve is an original competition developed by the North Carolina Association for Scholastic Activities (NCASA).

Twelve teams of twelve students each will tackle twelve topics with twelve questions each. Will your school be one of twelve to compete for the state championship of Twelve?