High school students take part in "Knowledge Bowl"

Created: 02/25/2014 10:24 PM WHEC.com

Rochester high school students are playing their own version of the classic trivia game "Jeopardy" this week.

This is the "Knowledge Bowl," held each night at the Wilson Foundation Academy.

Students face off against each other in teams, and the winning team receives a trophy to take back to their school.

The final night of competition is Thursday. That same night, News10NBC is told the board of education will honor outstanding African-American students in the district.

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