We're nearing the end of May, and this is always the time when a lot of bees appear. No, we're not talking about the kind of bees that buzz and make honey but rather bees like the National Geographic Bee, which is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year. The finals are tonight and will be broadcast tomorrow on the National Geographic Channel and at a later date on your local PBS station. The American School offers two geography courses if you wish to learn geography forward and backward like the finalists in the National Geographic Bee. Our paper-based World Geography course and our online World Geography course are each worth one unit of credit toward your accredited high school diploma from the American School. Enroll now if you haven't done so already, and, even though we'll be posting every weekday between now and then except for Memorial Day, "bee" sure to check this blog next Thursday to see what the buzz will be then!
National Geographic Bee Celebrates 25 Years
May 22, 2013 by