St. Luke hosted its 13th Annual National Geographic Bee yesterday, with ten students participating. Those ten students earned their participation in the school-wide Geography Bee by correctly answering all seven questions in their classroom Bee. The school-wide Bee, sponsored by the National Geographic Society, is a challenging experience where students answer both written and oral questions within the time limit specified. St. Luke School’s 2015 Geography Bee Champion is eighth grader Elizabeth Brown. Elizabeth will next take a written test which will be submitted and scored regionally. The top 100 scorers on that test will then be eligible to compete in the state-wide Geography Bee on March 27th. Other students participating in the school-wide Geography Bee were: fourth graders Jake Copelan, Weston Hester and Nathan Skaggs; fifth grader Joe Hilsman; seventh graders Deen Khan, Sam LoDuca, Avery Sutherland and Carter Watts; and eighth grader Ty Bondurant. Congratulations to all!