IXL Spring Learning Showdown 2021: Winners!

This year more than 26,000 classes around the world registered for the 2021 Spring Learning Showdown! We are so impressed by the hard work and dedication students put into learning and answering questions, and we are excited to share the final results from the contest. Without further ado:

PreK-4th grade

  1. Nguyen Thi Thanh Hue’s Ha Noi class, Chu Van An School, Hanoi, Vietnam — 17,386 questions per student
  2. Nguyen Thi Thanh Hue’s Truong Sa class, Thang Long School, Hanoi, Vietnam — 17,232 questions per student
  3. Nguyen Thi Thanh Hue’s Hoang Sa class, Thang Long School, Hanoi, Vietnam —  15,771 questions per student
  4. Charles Rogalla’s class, Tara Elementary School, Bradenton, Florida — 7,161 questions per student
  5. Ms. Rairdon’s class, Scott Elementary School, Evansville, Indiana — 7,107 questions per student
  6. Ahd Essam’s Stage 4 math class, Salahaldin International School, Alexandria, Egypt — 7,059 questions per student
  7. Ms. Mafe’s 4th grade class, Montessori Academies, Tampa, Florida — 6,493 questions per student
  8. Ms. E. Walker’s class, Bethlehem Junior Academy, North Lauderdale, Florida — 6,147 questions per student
  9. Diane Ford’s class, St. Joseph’s Catholic School, Columbia, South Carolina — 5,760 questions per student
  10. Mrs. Albiero’s class, Concord Christian Academy, Concord, New Hampshire — 4,867 questions per student
  11. Gulhan Bicici’s 5B class, Salahaldin International School, Alexandria, Egypt — 4,516 questions per student
  12. Katie Gregory’s class, Lake Murray Elementary School, Lexington, South Carolina — 4,352 questions per student
  13. Pati Covel’s class, Topeka Adventist Christian School, Columbia, Maryland — 3,824 questions per student
  14. Katherine Ricciardi’s 4th grade homeroom class, Stratham Memorial School, Stratham, New Hampshire — 3,785 questions per student
  15. Ahd Essam’s 4A class, Salahaldin International School, Alexandria, Egypt — 3,573 questions per student
  16. Mrs. Garatina’s class, Math-4, Stewart School, Garden City, New York — 3,503 questions per student
  17. Emily Potts’ class, Woodall Elementary School, Tahlequah, Oklahoma — 3,403 questions per student
  18. Ms. Lourdes’ 4th grade class, Montessori Academies, Tampa, Florida — 3,357 questions per student
  19. Ahd Essam’s 4B class, Salahaldin International School, Alexandria, Egypt — 3,354 questions per student
  20. Savana Gerrells’ Richardson class, Berrien Elementary School, Nashville, Georgia — 3,311 questions per student

5th-8th grade

  1. Nguyen Thi Thanh Hue’s Dien Bien Phu class, Thang Long School, Hanoi, Vietnam — 18,841 questions per student
  2. Nguyen Thi Thanh Hue’s Hue class, Chu Vu AnSchool, Hanoi, Vietnam — 13,815 questions per student
  3. Ms. Bridget’s 5th grade ELA class, Montessori Academies, Tampa, Florida — 5,422 questions per student
  4. Jacob Kelly’s 6th grade class, Holy Cross Lutheran School, Wichita, Kansas — 5,160 questions per student
  5. Mrs. Caroline’s 6th period class, Westwood Schools, Camilla, Georgia — 4,927 questions per student
  6. Kent Koehn’s Math 7(4) class, Gothenburg Public Schools, Gothenburg, Nebraska — 4,464 questions per student
  7. Mr. Beckmann’s 5th reading class, Wisner-Pilger Elementary, Wisner, Nebraska — 4,404 questions per student
  8. Mrs. Caroline’s 6th grade class, Westwood Schools, Camilla, Georgia — 3,899 questions per student
  9. Gulhan Bicici’s Stage 5 Math class, Salahaldin International School, Alexandria, Egypt — 3,868 questions per student
  10. Mr. Lewis’ 8th grade algebra class, Oasis Academy, Fallon, Nevada — 3,773 questions per student
  11. Mrs. Kauten’s class, Gladbrook-Reinbeck Elementary School, Reinbeck, Iowa, 3,639 questions per student
  12. Mrs. Clinite’s 7th grade class, Shirland School, Shirland, Illinois — 3,625 questions per student
  13. Erin Sandler’s 6th and 7th grade class, Scottsdale Country Day School, Scottsdale, Arizona — 3,510 questions per student
  14. Gulhan Bicici’s Stage 5 Stars class, Salahaldin International School, Alexandria, Egypt — 3,508 questions per student
  15. Kent Koehn’s pre-algebra class, Gothenburg Public Schools, Gothenburg, Nebraska — 3,508 questions per student
  16. Mr. Beckmann’s 5th grade class, Wisner-Pilger Elementary School, Wisner, Nebraska — 3,314 questions per student
  17. Jago’s 6th grade math 6A class, Denver Language School, Denver, CO — 3,080 questions per student
  18. Sanaa Noureddine’s class, Lowrey School, Dearborn, Michigan — 2,946 questions per student
  19. Gulhan Bicici’s math class, Salahaldin International School, Alexandria, Egypt — 2,937 questions per student
  20. Coach’s class, Future Potential Scholarship Foundation, Inc., Calgary, Alberta, Canada — 2,886 questions per student

9th-12th grade

  1. Nguyen Thi Thanh Hue’s Ho Chi Minh class, Chu Vu An School, Hanoi, Vietnam — 12,107 questions per student
  2. Kennan Goodman’s Genius class, Hawthorne Academy of Health Sciences, Charlotte, North Carolina — 6,782 questions per student
  3. Kent Koehn’s geometry (6) class, Gothenburg Public Schools, Gothenburg, Nebraska — 5,442 questions per student
  4. Mr. Lawson’s Algebra 3 with Trigonometry class, North Stafford High School, Stafford, Virginia — 4,233 questions per student
  5. Mary Claire Seeberg’s period 9 geometry class, Northbrook Junior High, Northbrook, Illinois — 3,127 questions per student
  6. Mrs. Tollett, Integrated Math 1, Algood Middle School, Cookeville, Tennessee, 3,021 questions per student
  7. Mr. Brandt’s 2nd period geometry class, Oasis Academy, Fallon, Nevada — 2,971 questions per student
  8. Kent Koehn’s geometry (5) class, Gothenburg Public Schools, Gothenburg, Nebraska — 2,906 questions per student
  9. Kent Koehn’s geometry (3) class, Gothenburg Public Schools, Gothenburg, Nebraska — 1,835 questions per student
  10. Ms. Stelle’s geometry (6) class, Minco Public Schools, Minco, Oklahoma — 1,278 questions per student
  11. Jorge Crissien’s 3rd period class, Medical Academy Science & Technology, Homestead, Florida — 1,250 questions per student
  12. Ms. Stelle’s geometry (1) class, Minco Public Schools, Minco, Oklahoma — 1,208 questions per student
  13. Jorge Crissien’s 2nd period class, Medical Academy Science & Technology, Homestead, Florida — 1,198 questions per student
  14. Darlene Hon’s 5th period Honors Geometry class, Middleburg High School, Middleburg, Florida — 1,168 questions per student
  15. Jorge Crissien’s 5th period class, Medical Academy Science & Technology, Homestead, Florida — 1,096 questions per student
  16. Jorge Crissien’s 6th period class, Medical Academy Science & Technology, Homestead, Florida — 1,069 questions per student
  17. Chris Kosiorek’s algebra (5th) class, Streetsboro High School, Streetsboro, Ohio — 898 questions per student
  18. Darlene Hon’s 1st period Honors Geometry class, Middleburg High School, Middleburg, Florida — 893 questions per student
  19. Jorge Crissien’s 1st period class, Medical Academy Science & Technology, Homestead, Florida — 878 questions per student
  20. Jorge Crissien’s 4th period class, Medical Academy Science & Technology, Homestead, Florida — 803 questions per student

The top three classrooms in each grade band will receive a $250 gift card to be spent on individual prizes, a pizza party, or something fun to celebrate their hard work. Congratulations! 

And to everyone who participated this year, awesome job on your effort in the past month!  

For more information on this contest, read our original post here.

Due to the large number of entries, we are unable to share rankings for classrooms outside of the top 20.

Results were updated on May 10 to reflect a correction.