African American History Educational Program
Saturday, April 7th | Doyle Administration Building
Spring Harbor Middle School | 2018 History Challenge Bowl Champions
The 2018 African American History Challenge Bowl was held Saturday, 7 April at the Doyle Administration Building of the Madison Metropolitan School District.
The 100 Black Men of Madison African American History Challenge Bowl (AAHCB) is an educational program designed to enhance the appreciation and study of African American history.
In its 24th consecutive year of operation, the AAHCB is open to all Madison Metropolitan School District Middle School Students with the goal of encouraging pride, self-worth and an appreciation of the African American legacy and culture.
The AAHCB is also a challenging and fun way for students to expand their knowledge of African American History in highly competitive local and national competitions.
AAHCB 2018 In the News
Madison Middle School Teams Ready for Fierce Competition at 24th Annual African American History Challenge Bowl
Spring Harbor Beats Out 11 Middle Schools to Win African American History Challenge Bowl Championship