2014 Spelling Bee Winners
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DADE COUNTY WINNERS

ELEMENTARY SCHOOOL
  • 1st Place – Oscar Torres – South Pointe Elementary School
  • 2nd Place – Daniel Jackson – North Beach Elementary School
  • 3rd Place – Rio Cosimini – Ludlam Elementary School

MIDDLE SCHOOL
  • 1st Place – Amber Robinson – Herbert A. Ammons Middle School
  • 2nd Place – Mia Taylor – Mater Academy Charter Middle School
  • 3rd Place – Angelo Gachette – Holy Cross Lutheran


BROWARD COUNTY WINNERS

ELEMENTARY SCHOOOL
  • 1st Place – Aidan Veghte – Pine Crest School
  • 2nd Place – Maanya Baranwal – Dolphin Bay Elementary
  • 3rd Place – Gauri Kasarla – American Heritage
MIDDLE SCHOOL
  • 1st Place – Dylan Olster – Pembroke Pines Charter - West
  • 2nd Place – Paul Donelly – Little Flower School
  • 3rd Place – Jennifer Garcia – Sunrise Middle School
  • Miami Herald Spelling Bee

The Miami Herald is proud to bring the opportunity for South Florida Schools to participate in the Scripps National Spelling Bee program.

Last year over 375 public and private school students in 4th – 8th grade levels participated from Dade, Broward and Monroe Counties.

The Middle School winner at the competition will represent their county and compete in the Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington D.C. There will be one Middle School winner from Miami-Dade/Monroe and one winner from Broward County.

In addition to improving students’ spelling skills and increasing their vocabularies, spelling bee participation provides valuable experience in developing poise – a necessary skill for success in public speaking, performing arts and athletics.

Merriam-Webster is a proud sponsor and prize donor of the Miami Herald Spelling Bee.

General Information

The 2014 Spelling Bee Ceremony Dates are as follows:

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