The day of the tournament, teams should contact Moses Kitakule. He can be reached at [email protected] or at 337.591.5501.
Location and Parking
In-person registration will begin at 8 A.M. with the aim of starting the opening meeting at 8:45 A.M. and the first round by 9 A.M. Teams are strongly encouraged to arrive at 7:45 A.M. to leave time to find parking. The tournament will be held in
Teams that finish in the top 15% of the field will automatically qualify for NAQT's 2018 HSNCT (High School National Championship Tournament), held on the weekend of May 26th in Atlanta, Georgia. FAcT has also been gold-certified by PACE, which means that the top 20% of teams qualify for the PACE NSC (National Scholastics Championship) this June.
If you would like to register your high school for FAcT, please fill out this Google form. Please direct any questions to [email protected].
We are capping the FAcT field at 24 teams, but will maintain a waiting list for teams beyond that. Spots will likely go quickly, so please register as soon as possible! Posts in this thread are fine for "expressing interest" but will not count as registrations. If registered teams indicate that they can bring enough staffers, we may be able to increase the field cap.
Base fee: $80
Base fee for additional teams (B-team, C-team, etc.): $75
Buzzer discount: -$5 per operative buzzer system with at least eight working buzzers
Moderator discount: -$10 per experienced scorekeeper or moderator
Minimum fee per school: $60
If you plan to pay by check, the check must be made out to “Y. Student Academic Competitions.” Do NOT make checks payable to “Yale Student Academic Competitions.” Checks should be given to us on the day of the tournament, or, if that's not possible, can be sent to:
Yale Student Academic Competitions
c/o Adam Fine
P.O. box #204759
New Haven, CT 06520
Please ignore any other addresses you may have on file.
Yale also plans to host its annual BHSAT in February 2018. More details to follow in the coming months.