The 4th annual Georgia Cyber Academy Geography Bee (GeoBee) is open for students in 4th-8th grades. The school winner will take a qualifying test to determine whether they advance to the state level Bee. The state Bee is held in Atlanta. (No transportation is provided.) The winner of the state bee then advances to the National level for a chance to win a $50,000 college scholarship, a lifetime membership to National Geographic, including a subscription to National Geographic magazine and an all-expenses-paid trip to the Galapagos Islands!
All rounds of the Geography Bee must be held in person. Rounds will be conducted at the GCA office on February 1st from 10am-3pm, 1745 Phoenix Blvd. Suite 100 Atlanta GA 30349.
All registered students will need to report to the GCA office at 10 am on 2/1. All registered students will need to bring a lunch.
Questions? Contact GeoBee Coordinator & High School Geography Teacher
Mrs. Alfieri, firstname.lastname@example.org
(404) 334-4790 ext. 2096
Students in grades 4-12 will complete independent research, experiments, and investigations and share findings.
The GCA Science Fair is a live, in person show and competition which will be held in May. Students must attend to present and answer questions about their work. Date, time, and location to be announced.
Questions? Contact Melissa Jackson, email@example.com
The 2019 Georgia Cyber Academy Spelling Bee was held on January 11th with over 100 participating students. The winners were Sierra L. and Raqeeb R., both 8th grade students.
Sierra won 2nd place and Raqeeb is our 1st place school winner. Raqueeb spelled "status quo" and "gypsum" correctly for the win and represented GCA at the Region 4 Spelling Bee on January 18th.
All of our GCA participants did an outstanding job and we are very proud of them.