Scholastic Games Archived radio high school quiz programs

December 29, 2019

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The Scholastic Games quiz show production was halted mid-season in 2020 because of the COVID-19 pandemic.  We are back in 2021 with our special physically-distanced format recorded with all participants in their homes.  We hope you enjoy the program in this revised form.

Our 31st Quiz Season:

The Scholastic Games high school quiz has been produced since 1990 as an academic competition for schools in Lorain County, Ohio.  Our fiscal sponsor is the Community West Foundation, a charitable organization that has participated as a sponsor of our program for several years.  Our charter corporate supporter is the Nordson Corporation Other major support comes from designated educational funds of the Community Foundation of Lorain County, and the Nord Family Foundation.  Our  home radio station is WEOL, AM930/FM100.3 in Elyria, with sponsorship and venue suppport from the Elyria Public Library System. 

Links to our latest archived programs are below.   This is an extraordinary year with all of our programs being recorded remotely via Zoom with all participants isolated.   It was a challenge, but with some format revisions, we made it work.   Link HERE for our format and sample questions,  Check out our  link to the Standout Scholar honor roll,  and check the list to the right for links to other program information.




(A TIP:  When listening to programs, click on the link below, 
and then open the show in a new window, That way you can
listen as you continue to browse this site.)

1/25/21  Clearview vs. Keystone – our first 2021 “Zoom program”  Click for program

2/1/21  Avon Lake vs. Oberlin – Click for program

2/9/21 Elyria vs. Midview – Click for program

2/15/21 Brookside vs. Olmsted Falls – Click for program

2/22/21 Avon vs. North Ridgeville – Click for program

3/1/21   Amherst Steele vs. Lake Ridge Academy – Click for program

3/8/21   Brookside vs. Elyria  – Click for program

3/15/21  Amherst Steele vs. Avon Lake – Click for program

3/22/21  Midview vs. Oberlin – Click for program

3/29/21  Avon vs. Keystone –  Click for program

4/6/21 QUARTERFINAL #1: Avon vs. Clearview – Click for program

4/12/21 QUARTERFINAL #2: Sheffield Brookside vs. North Ridgeville – Click for program

4/19/21 QUARTERFINAL #3: Amherst vs. Olmsted Falls – Click for program

4/26/21 QUARTERFINAL #4: Lake Ridge Academy vs. Oberlin High School-Click for program

5/10/21 SEMIFINAL #1: Lake Ridge Academy vs. North Ridgeville High School – Click for program

5/17/21  SEMIFINAL #2:  Amherst Steele vs. Avon High School – Click for program

5/24/21  THE 2021 CHAMPIONSHIP:  Amherst Steele vs. Lake Ridge Academy –  Click for program


  • The 2000 Championship, Elyria’s 5th – Re-presented here because one of the Elyria High team members, Nicole Kozdron, class of 2001, recently appeared on Jeopardy!   Click to hear our program
  •  4/20/20 Championship of 2011 with future Jeopardy! Champion  Click for program
  •   5/18/20 Virtual Championship-the 2 highest-scorers of the year face off  Click here for program.  [Based on all scores, the winner from 3/23/20 is named the 2020 champion]




Click on the program listing below to hear the program.

Eleven Colleges and Universities participate in our TUITION AWARD PROGRAM. Click for details!


Scheduled commercial broadcasting in America began on Nov. 2, 1920, with election returns presented on KDKA radio in Pittsburgh.  Sixty-five years later, Jim Mehrling, the host and producer of the Scholastic Games quiz, was able to locate and interview Leo Rosenberg, the man KDKA 2020who had been the announcer on that broadcast.   At age 89, Rosenberg recalled the event in vivid detail.  Beginning with that interview, Mehrling has compiled a documentary on radio’s evolution and history on the occasion of radio’s centennial (last November) which he offers for your enjoyment here.  Just click on this link.

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