SpellPundit student Harini Logan won the San Antonio Express News Spelling Bee for the second time in a row! Harini has been using SpellPundit resources for the last two years. We wish her all the best at the Scripps National Spelling Bee in May!
The 2019 Austin Regional Spelling Bee was dominated by SpellPundit spellers! Congratulations to the winner, Pranathi Jammula, and the runner-up, Pranav Nandakumar, who have both been using SpellPundit since its launch.
We wish the both of them the best of luck at the Scripps National Spelling Bee in May.
SpellPundit student Tommy Cherry, an eighth grader at Christa McAuliffe Middle School, won the Palm Beach County Spelling Bee. He will join other amazing spellers at the Scripps National Spelling Bee, which will take place from May 28 – 30 in National Harbor, Maryland. Congratulations to Tommy and we wish him good luck!
SpellPundit recently sponsored the Spandana Bay Area Spelling Bee, which was held in San Ramon, CA on March 2. The money raised from this event will be used to help poor students in India, and SpellPundit is excited to help this cause.
We are excited to announce that the top three spellers in all three categories (Senior, Intermediate, and Junior Spelling Bees) were SpellPundit students. Many students and parents at the spelling bee acknowledged that SpellPundit played an important role in their preparation for the bee.
Below are the winners from Senior, Intermediate and Junior Spelling Bees. Congratulations to them all!
Senior Spelling Bee:
Intermediate Spelling Bee:
Shradha Anjana Rachamreddy
SpellPundit student, Advik Lalam, won the Lake-Porter County Spelling Bee on Thursday! We wish him all the best in the Kankakee Valley REMC Regional Spelling Bee on March 14!
More details about the district bee here:
SpellPundit student, Sahana Gade, won the 2019 Fort Bend ISD District Spelling Bee yesterday. She will participate in the Houston Public Media Spelling Bee on March 23. Congrats Sahana!
SpellPundit student, Arya Reddyvari, 7th grade, won his school bee in Pleasanton, CA yesterday. Congrats Arya!
SpellPundit is proudly sponsoring The Spandana Spelling Bee 2019 on Saturday, March 2nd in San Roman, CA. Bay Area
spellers may register at the following link:
SpellPundit student, Sohum Sukhatankar, won the 2018 NSM Gurucool & Wishwin Spellathon Senior Spelling Bee today! Congrats Sohum!
SpellPundit students’ winning streak continues! As you may know, at the 2018 Scripps Nationals, four of the top five spellers were SpellPundit Students.
2018 Scripps Spelling Bee: Karthik Nemmani (1st place), Naysa Modi (2nd place), Jashun Paluru (3rd place) and Navneet Murali (5th place) all used SpellPundit study materials.
SpellPundit students continued to win major spelling competitions this summer.
South Asian Spelling Bee (SASB)
Another SpellPundit student, Sohum Sukhatankar, won the South Asian Spelling Bee in Edison, NJ and took home a cash prize of $3,000. Sohum extensively used SpellPundit resources to prepare for this competition.
Other SASB Regional Champions and 1st Runner-Ups (Maya Jadhav, Rishik Ghandhasri, Vayun Krishna, Christopher Serrao, Srivarun Hathwar, Rohan Raja, and Nitya Kathiravan) also used SpellPundit resources to prepare for this competition.
North South Foundation (NSF)
Most of the top 10 Spelling and Vocabulary Bee ranks were achieved by SpellPundit students.
NSF Senior Spelling Bee (SSB):
NSF Junior Spelling Bee (JSB):
NSF Intermediate Vocabulary Bee (IVB):
NSF Junior Vocabulary Bee (JVB):
North America Spelling Bee Champion Challenge (NASCC)
Most of the top spellers at the North America Spelling Champion Challenge were SpellPundit students! In both the East Coast (held in Towson, MA) and West Coast (held in Riverside, CA) competitions, both the winner and runner up were SpellPundit students. These spellers acknowledge that SpellPundit resources have been invaluable in preparing for the bees!
2018 NASCC Spelling Bee East Coast: Paul Hamrick (1st place), Ashrita Gandhari (2nd place)
2018 NASCC Spelling Bee West Coast: Cameron Keith (1st place), Aisha Randhawa (2nd place)
The NASCC champions received $2,000 prize money and an all-expenses-paid trip to Beijing, China!