Welcome to the Academic Decathlon® Individual Competition!
Academic Decathlon® Individual Competition has been created to help you achieve your individual academic goals.
Home schools students, alternative school students, and Academic Decathlon® team members and alternates, this competition is for you! As an Individual you can be part of the excitement. This season, a number of Individuals are going to the Nationals!
Individual Decathletes to Compete at Nationals in Alaska
Once again, it's time for the US Academic Decathlon® National Competition! This season, 44 Academic Decathlon Individuals accepted an invitation for the opportunity to participate in the 2015-2016 National Competition to be held in Anchorage, Alaska on April 28 - 30.
The Individual Competition Decathletes were classified based on their school status into two competition groups:
- Group 1: Homeschooled or enrolled in a school not participating in Academic Decathlon®
- Group 2: Attending a school that particpates in Academic Decathlon®
The top qualified students of the competition groups in each academic division (Honors, Scholastic, and Varsity) were invited to compete in the USAD National Competition. Qualification was based on their state, academic division and overall objective test scores from Round III or State competition.
Congratulations to all the Individual Decathletes
accepted into the 2015-2016 National Competition in Anchorage, Alaska. Good luck!
To view a schedule of events for the 2015-2016 National Finals, click here
Prepare for scholastic achievement through the proven Academic Decathlon® program.
Academic Decathlon® Individual Competition offers the same outstanding curriculum — and superior level of competition — that has drawn top student scholars to Academic Decathlon® teams for nearly twenty years.
Develop good study habits and build self-motivation as you prepare to match intellect with others through three rounds of competition. Master advanced curriculum material across seven academic subjects: Art, Economics, Literature, Mathematics, Music, Science and Social Science.
Next season, 2016-2017, the curricular theme is World War II.