National winners[edit]   † New team record Year Location Winner School Score Notes Reference 1982 Los Angeles, California Palo Alto, California — The District of Columbia and 17 states participated at the inaugural competition.[1] [17] 1983 Los Angeles, California Palo Alto, California — — [17] 1984 Los Angeles, California J.J. Pearce, Texas — This is the first year that drew competitors from other countries. Canada, Mexico, New Zealand and South Korea all participated.[9] [17] 1985 Los Angeles, California J.J. Pearce, Texas 46,976 — [18] 1986 Los Angeles, California J.J. Pearce, Texas 46,435 — [19] 1987† Irving, Texas John Marshall, California 49,369 Varsity David Florey of John Marshall records an individual score of 8,936 points, the highest score of that year's competition.[20] [20] 1988 San Antonio, Texas J.J. Pearce, Texas 46,669 — [21] 1989 Providence, Rhode Island W.H. Taft, California 45,857 — [22] 1990 Des Moines, Iowa Lake Highlands, Texas 46,627 — [23] 1991 Los Angeles, California J.J. Pearce, Texas 48,946 — [24] 1992 Boise, Idaho J. Frank Dobie, Texas 49,710 Tyson Rogers, an Honors from Mountain View Mesa, scores 9,100 points and is the first individual to break the 9,000 point barrier.[25] [26] 1993 Phoenix, Arizona Plano East, Texas 47,485 — [27] 1994 Newark, New Jersey W.H. Taft, California 49,372 — [28] 1995 Chicago, Illinois John Marshall, California 49,935 Honors Stephanie Camacho of John Marshall records an individual score of 9346 points, the highest score of that year's competition in mathematic and highest individual score team contribution.[29] 1996 Atlanta, Georgia J. Frank Dobie, Texas 49,835 — [30] 1997† St. George, Utah James E. Taylor, Texas 52,260 — [31] 1998 Providence, Rhode Island El Camino Real, California 52,131 — [32] 1999 Orange County, California Moorpark, California 50,225 — [33] 2000† San Antonio, Texas James E. Taylor, Texas 52,470 — [34] 2001 Anchorage, Alaska El Camino Real, California 46,547 — [35] 2002 Phoenix, Arizona Waukesha West, Wisconsin 48,871 — [36] 2003 Erie, Pennsylvania Moorpark, California 51,423.5 — [37][38] 2004 Boise, Idaho El Camino Real, California 50,656.8 — [39] 2005 Chicago, Illinois El Camino Real, California 49,009.4 — [40][41] 2006 San Antonio, Texas W.H. Taft, California 51,659.7 — [42] 2007 Honolulu, Hawaii El Camino Real, California 52,148.4 — [43] 2008† Garden Grove, California Moorpark, California 53,119.4 Moorpark records the highest team score ever and beats the Wisconsin team, Waukesha West, by 23 points.[44] Additionally, Alli Blonski of Waukesha West scores 9,321, then the highest individual score in the National Competition's history.[45] [44] 2009 Memphis, Tennessee Moorpark, California 51,289.5 — [46][47] 2010 Omaha, Nebraska El Camino Real, California 49,951.7 — [48] 2011 Charlotte, North Carolina Granada Hills Charter, California 52,113.5 — [49][50] 2012† Albuquerque, New Mexico Granada Hills Charter, California 54,081 Granada Hills wins for the second year in a row, breaking 54,000 points for the first time. Jimmy Wu of Granada Hills is the first Varsity student to break the 9,000 point barrier. His teammate Sean Wejebe scores 9,441,[51] a new record for the National Competition. [52] 2013 Minneapolis, Minnesota Granada Hills Charter, California 51,319.6 Granada Hills wins for the third year in a row. They are the second public school (after JJ Pearce from Richardson, TX in 1984-1986) to win the national title three years in a row. [53] 2014 Honolulu, Hawaii El Camino Real, California 52,601.1 El Camino Real's 7th title. [54] 2015† Garden Grove, California Granada Hills Charter, California 53,592.30 Granada Hills's fourth title in five years. [55] 2016† Anchorage, Alaska Granada Hills Charter, California 54,195.1 Granada Hills Charter wins fifth title in six years, and beats all-time record for highest score in the National Championship. Team member Melissa Santos also beats the record for highest individual score in the National Competition, with 9,511.3 points out of 10,000. [56] 2017† Madison, Wisconsin Granada Hills Charter, California 54,507.7 Granada Hills Charter wins sixth title in seven years. [57]


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