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School SCRABBLE Program

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The School SCRABBLE Program is a function of the National SCRABBLE Association (NSA) for promoting competitive SCRABBLE play among youths in North America. Participating schools have two-player teams of children in grades 4–8 who compete in local and regional championships to qualify for the annual National School SCRABBLE Championship.

For more information, please refer to the NSA's School SCRABBLE Program site.