STAMFORD—On Saturday, March 16, Olivier Czoch, Annika Natarajan and John Thomas represented The Catholic Academy of Stamford in the Knights of Columbus Geography Bee in Danbury, Conn. Twenty-six students from 11 schools faced 121 questions on world, North American and regional geography. Olivier tied six other students for fifth place by working into the seventh round, while Annika and John tied for twelfth by working into the sixth round.
Congratulations to Olivier, Annika, and John!
The GeoBee took place at St. Joseph School in Danbury and was hosted by the Knights of Columbus Council #29. It was the Ninth Annual Knights of Columbus Southwestern Connecticut Regional Catholic Geography Bee and the first time The Catholic Academy of Stamford participated in the event.
The Catholic Academy of Stamford forms and nurtures its children in the Gospel Values of the Catholic Faith. It educates in a superior academic environment which challenges its children to discover and to fully develop their unique abilities and talents. Students are encouraged to love God, learning and one another.
(For more information visit their website at: www.catholicacademystamford.org.)