When you connect to this website, you send your IP address and sometimes some cookies. You may also give us personal identifying information, such as your name and contact information. All this data is used to securely provide you with the services that you request. We encourage you to review our privacy policy to make sure that you understand how your data is managed, and to contact us if you have any questions. View Privacy Policy

National School SCRABBLE Championship

From NASPAWiki
Revision as of 22:26, 29 January 2014 by Poslfit (talk | contribs) (+ 2013)

You are viewing a condensed mobile version of this NASPA webpage.
Switch to full version.

The National School SCRABBLE Championship is an annual tournament organized until 2013 by the National SCRABBLE Association (NSA) as a part of their School SCRABBLE Program.

The tournament typically draws over 50 teams of two players each, representing schools and certain other youth organizations. Competitors must be in grades 4–8 and resident in the United States or Canada.


See our unofficial page about the 2014 National School SCRABBLE Championship.


Winners Kevin Bowerman and Raymond Gao (NC)
Runners-Up Thomas Draper (NJ) and Sam Masling (DC)
Winner’s Prize $10,000
Prize Pool $20,000
Date May 3–4
Place Washington Marriott Wardman Park, Washinton, DC
Teams 89
Format 7 rounds followed by 1-round final
Organizer NSA
Director John Chew

This was the last NSSC organized by the NSA prior to their dissolution. With this event, North Carolina became the first state to have winning students in three Nationals, in 2009, 2012 and 2013.