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).

 

Final standings from the Regional Competitions:

 

West Regional in Lexington:
High School:
56 - Ardrey Kell
54  - Myers Park
51 - Hickory HS
47 - Simon G Atkins
42 - Thomas Jefferson CA
29 - Page HS
25 - Piedmont
22 - AL Brown
21 - Lexington

Middle School:
50 - JM Robinson MS
31 - Mount Mourne
25 - Lexington MS

Central Regional in Durham:

High School:
44 - Jordan-Matthews HS
25 - Lee Early College
18 - Hobbton HS

Middle School:
Rogers-Herr MS advanced by forfeit

Northeast Regional:

High School:
Gates County HS advanced - no other teams in Region

Middle School:
54 - Central MS
28 - Elizabeth City MS
All teams have qualified for the State Finals hosted by Simon G Atkins HS of Winston-Salem on December 15. The schedule will be virtually the same as for the regionals. The middle school times have been pushed back by 15 minutes. We will make every effort to start both competitions on time.

High School Check-in: 11:45 - 12:15
High School volunteer meeting: 12:15
High School Kick-off: 12:30
High School Awards Ceremony: 2:45

Middle School Check-in: 2:30 - 3:00
Middle School Volunteer meeting: 3:00
Middle School Kick-off: 3:15
Middle School Awards Ceremony: 5:30

For immediate release:

The North Carolina Association for Scholastic Activities held the Twelve State Finals Saturday, March 19 in Harrison Auditorium on the campus of North Carolina A&T State University in Greensboro, NC.   Finishing in FIRST PLACE with a runaway victory was Raleigh Charter High School who tallied 173 points.

 

The North Carolina Association for Scholastic Activities held the Twelve State Finals Saturday, March 19 in Harrison Auditorium on the campus of North Carolina A&T State University in Greensboro, NC.   Finishing in FIRST PLACE with a runaway victory wasRaleigh Charter High School who tallied 173 points.

 

Since Twelve is a contest that relies on a wide range of knowledge, the most effective practice will include questions of varying difficulty from various topics. It will also be helpful for students to practice using the tournament format and timing using the Presentations available for download.