Louisiana Association for Academic Competition
at Northwestern State University


The Louisiana Association for Academic Competition (LAAC) provides an opportunity for  high school students to participate in quiz bowl at the regional and state level.  Approximately 100 schools each year join the state association.  Students engage in spirited competition demonstrating their mastery of a wide range of knowledge.  The state championship is held at Northwestern State University in the spring and the overall state champion represents Louisiana in a national tournament held in Orlando, Florida every summer.

   Constitution and By-laws of LAAC
LAAC Officers and Board Members
LAAC Directory
Membership Application
Model Script for Tournaments
Rules of Competition (revised 2005)

 

2014 State Quiz Bowl Tournament



Division One:
1.    Jesuit
2.    Caddo Magnet
3.    Dutchtown

Division Two:
1.    E. D. White Catholic
2.    Vandebilt Catholic
3.    Neville

Division Three:
1.    Holy Savior Menard
2.    Anacoco
3.    Haynes Academy

Division Four:
1. Episcopal School of Acadiana
2. Academy of the Sacred Heart New Orleans
3. River Oaks

Overall Championship:
Jesuit defeated E. D. White Catholic
Episcopal School of Acadiana defeated Holy Savior Menard
Episcopal School of Acadiana defeated Jesuit to win the overall championship

  

Louisiana Quiz Bowl Hall of Fame

Overall State Champion

1992--McKinley High School
1993--Jesuit High School
1994--Louisiana School for Math, Science and the Arts
1995--McKinley
1996--Catholic High, New Iberia
1997--Caddo Magnet High School
1998--Jesuit High School
1999--Jesuit High School
2000--Catholic High Baton Rouge
2001--Vandebilt Catholic
2002--Vandebilt Catholic
2003-- Isidore Newman
2004--No one was able to attend
2005--Episcopal School of Acadiana
2006--Menard
2007--Catholic High New Iberia
2008--Baton Rouge Magnet
2009--Jesuit
2010--Jesuit
2011--Jesuit
2012--Jesuit
2013--Lusher Charter
2014--
Episcopal School of Acadiana



State Champions Division One:

1992--Jesuit
1993--Jesuit
1994--Alexandria Sr. High
1995--McKinley
1996--Alexandria Sr. High
1997--Caddo Magnet High School
1998--Jesuit High School
1999--Jesuit High School
2000--Jesuit High School
2001--Jesuit High School
2002--Jesuit High School
2003--Caddo Magnet
2004--Caddo Magnet
2005--Sulphur High School
2006--Jesuit
2007--Louisiana School for Math, Science and the Arts
2008--Baton Rouge Magnet
2009--Jesuit
2010--Jesuit
2011--Jesuit
2012--Jesuit
2013--Jesuit
2014--Jesuit

State Champions Division Two:

1992--McKinley
1993--Terrebonne
1994--Grant
1995--Grant
1996--Bolton
1997--Salmen High School
1998--Vandebilt Catholic
1999--Vandebilt Catholic
2000--Catholic High, Baton Rouge
2001--Vandebilt Catholic
2002--Vandebilt Catholic
2003--Catholic High Baton Rouge
2004--Vandebilt Catholic
2005--Vandebilt Catholic
2006--Vandebilt Catholic
2007--Vandebilt Catholic
2008--McKinley
2009--Vandebilt Catholic
2010--Neville
2011--Archbishop Shaw
2012--Vandebilt Catholic
2013--Vandebilt Catholic
2014--E. D. White Catholic

State Champions Division Three:

1992--Vinton
1993--Catholic High, New Iberia
1994--Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts
1995--Academy of the Sacred Heart, New Orleans
1996--Catholic High, New Iberia
1997--Louisiana School For Math, Science, and the Arts
1998--Isidore Newman
1999--Cedar Creek
2000--Isidore Newman
2001--Isidore Newman
2002--Cedar Creek
2003--Isidore Newman
2004--Isidore Newman
2005--Menard
2006--Menard
2007--Catholic High New Iberia
2008--Catholic High New Iberia
2009--Menard
2010--Menard
2011--
Haynes Academy
2012--Anacoco
2013--Lusher Charter
2014--Holy Savior Menard


State Champions Division Four:

1992--Episcopal School of Acadiana
1993--Episcopal School of Acadiana
1994--Florien
1995--Academy of the Sacred Heart, Grand Coteau
1996--Florien
1997--Episcopal School of Acadiana
1998--Cedar Creek
1999--Academy of the Sacred Heart, Grand Coteau
2000--Academy of the Sacred Heart, Grand Coteau
2001--Academy of the Sacred Heath, Grand Coteau
2002--St. Mary's High School, Natchitoches
2003--Episcopal School of Acadiana
2004--Academy of the Sacred Heart, Grand Coteau
2005--Episcopal School of Acadiana
2006--St. Mary's High School Natchitoches
2007--St. Mary's High School Natchitoches
2008--Sacred Heart Grand Coteau
2009--River Oaks
2010--River Oaks
2011--
Episcopal School of Acadiana
2012--River Oaks
2013--Cedar Creek
2014--Episcopal School of Acadiana