District Spelling Bee—Elkton, MD

November 17, 2017
Elkton, MD

Join the fun and excitement of the ACSI Spelling Bee adventure for students in grades 5–8. This past year tens of thousands of students competed for the privilege to represent their schools at an ACSI District Spelling Bee. Over 14,000 actually made it to those bees; about 370 of them faced off in regional events throughout the country, and the top 42 spellers advanced to the ACSI National Spelling Bee in Washington, D.C. 

This year the MD/DE/DC District Spelling Bee will be located at Tri-State Christian Academy—146 Appleton Road, Elkton, MD 21921.

Please complete the Fall Registration Form by September 15, 2017.

Coordinator resources and a full list of NE District Spelling Bees (Available in August)

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