DuBois, PA – The show must go on! The Junior Scholastic Challenge that was postponed due to snow last week has been rescheduled for tonight.
Carol Foltz, the longtime organizer of the event that’s been going on for 22 years for the middle schoolers and 32 years for the high schoolers, says it’s a unique competition that allows kids to test their academic skills.
The questions range from math, science, history, English, literature, and current events.
The Junior Scholastic Challenge will now be held on Monday, March 4 at 6:30 at the Hiller Auditorium at the Penn State DuBois campus.
This is a free event, and you’re encouraged to come cheer them on!
DuBois, DuBois Central Catholic, Brockway, Brookville, Clearfield, Punxsutawney, and St. Marys will be competing this year.
The Senior Scholastic Challenge will be this Wednesday, March 6, at 6:30 at Penn State DuBois, featuring high school students from the same schools.
Groups of students from 7 area schools getting ready to show off their knowledge at the annual Scholastic Challenge.
This year, teams will be competing from DuBois, DuBois Central Catholic, Brockway, Brookville, Clearfield, Punxsutawney, and St. Marys.
Carol Foltz from Coldwell Banker Developac Realty, the organizer of the Junior and Senior Scholastic Challenges, says this will be the 22nd year for the Junior and the 32nd year for the Senior Scholastic Challenge.
The public is encouraged to attend, and it’s absolutely free. Come and cheer on the students and find out how clever they really are!
The Junior Challenge has been postponed. We’ll let you know when a new time and date has been rescheduled.
The competitions last about 3 hours, with plenty of quick rounds and a break for refreshments before the final few sets of questions.
The Senior Challenge will be Wednesday, March 6, also at 6:30 in Hiller Auditorium at Penn State DuBois.
The Junior and Seniors Scholastic Challenges are brought to you locally by Sunny 106, Johnson Motors, The City of DuBois, Senator Joe Scarnati, Advanced Disposal, Kurtz Brothers, and Carol Foltz of Coldwell Banker Developac Realty.