A Nakhon Si Thammarat school has won the top award in the NJ National Online Spelling Bee Championship 2014 for winning the highest accumulated points.
The honoured school is the Benjamarachutit.
Students there also snared three awards in the competition, which attracted about 10,000 contestants.
Schools’ totals are calculated from points gained by their students in the contest, which was organised by Nation Multimedia Group’s NJ Magazine and the Total Access Communication Public Company Limited (DTAC).
There is no limit to the number of students from each participating school.
At junior secondary level, the highest scorer was Patseel Punsiri from Satriwitthaya 2 School. Kanin Rakkiatsakul from Thawaranukul School and Boonkiat Wongpattaroj from Suraoseraw (Ratsarmakee) School got honorary mentions.
At the senior secondary level, the highest scorer was Prompiriya Promsangkhaha from the Benjamarachutit. Honorary mentions went to Noppanat Ploywong, also from Benjamarachutit, and Boonyawee Wongpatroj from Triam Udom Suksa Nomklao School.
Prompiriya was honoured for being the most active contestant too.
NJ Magazine and DTAC organised the NJ National Online Spelling Bee Championship with the aim of boosting the potential Thai youngsters and improving their English skills. For more information on the competition, please visit www.njspellingbee.net