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).

 

The 2017 Twelve State Finals planned for December 9 have been postponed due to inclement weather. We expect to publish a make-up date by the end of December.

 

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?

TWELVE - More than 350 students from schools across North Carolina competed in the seventh annual Wiliam Peace University Twelve Regional Competitions on Saturday, November 19.  Students were tested on their knowledge of the core curriculum plus wildcard topics such as Visual Arts and NC Government. 

Top teams and qualifiers for the December 10 State Final hosted by High Point Central High School are shown below with their scores at Regionals.

After an incredibly exciting day of competition, we are pleased to announce the 2015 Twelve State Champions!  Over 250 students competed for the title, putting their heads together to answer tough questions from the core curriculum and wildcard topics like NC Geography and Performing Arts.

Randolph Middle School of Charlotte - State Champions

The State Finals of the William Peace University Twelve Competition were held Saturday, December 10 hosted by High Point Central High School.

TWELVE - More than 350 students from schools across North Carolina competed in the eighth annual Twelve Regional Competitions on Saturday, November 18.  Students were tested on their knowledge of the core curriculum plus wildcard topics such as Visual Arts and NC Government. 

Top teams and qualifiers for the December 9 State Final hosted by Northwood High School are shown below with their scores at Regionals.