Indiana Academic Super Bowl
Through this Hoosier contest, founded in 1987, teams of students enhance their research and study skills by delving into topics which change annually, taking them beyond what is usually covered in the classroom. There are two levels of competition, Junior (grades 6-8) and Senior (grades 9-12). Subject area rounds include English, math, science, social studies, interdisciplinary, and a fine arts round (senior division only).
Junior Confirmation List
Senior Confirmation List
Comprehensive Confirmation List
Academic Coach Recorded Conference Registration Form
Academic Conference Confirmation List
ROSTER SUBMISSION FORMS
Junior Roster Submission Form
Senior Roster Submission Form
Academic Super Bowl Coach Handbook
Academic Super Bowl Study Materials
Junior Pre-Contest Study Materials
Senior Pre-Contest Study Materials
Academic Competition Product Order Form
2022 Contest Subject Order
Senior: Math, English, Science, Fine Arts,
Social Studies, Interdisciplinary
Junior: Social Studies, Math, English, Science, Interdisciplinary
NEW! Novel Choices for 2022 English Squads
Theme – Canada: Our Neighbor to the North
The Life of Pi by Yann Martel
Calvin by Martine Leavitt
Archived Contest Questions
Academic Super Bowl
2020 Indiana Academic Super Bowl Competition Dates
Academic Super Bowl News
Special Recognition is being given to 7 schools for outstanding achievement across our programming. Learn more about their accomplishments!
Academic Coach of the Year Nominations opening later this school year!
Indiana Academic All-Stars Nominations Due Soon!
Kyle L. Harrop Memorial Scholarship
Academic Competition question archive created.
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of the Year
Anyone who serves as an academic coach during the school year is eligible for this award, and can be nominated by their principal, another coach, coordinator or volunteer. One academic coach from each level of competition (elementary, middle/junior and senior) is recognized at our annual Academic Coaches Conference.
In order to participate in Department of Student Programs (DSP) sponsored academic competitions, cheer competitions, Student Day at the Legislature, MLK Essay contest, and any other DSP programs, schools must maintain a current membership in DSP.