UAH Honors College will host the 2014 Alabama Scholastic Competition Association (ASCA) District High School Scholars Bowl on Friday, February 7. This is the second consecutive year UAH has hosted the scholastic event. The competition begins at 8 a.m., in the Chan Auditorium of the Business Administration Building. Nearly 20 high school teams composed of ninth through 12th grade students from North Alabama have signed up to compete in the scholastic competition. The purpose of the annual contest is to encourage high school students to compete academically with other schools in the state. The ASCA Scholars' Bowl is a jeopardy-like game that is comprised of five rounds, that challenges students' memory and knowledge in the subjects of science, mathematics, history, arts, culture, geography and literature. When the ASCA moderator asks the questions, an individual student representing the school team must "buzz-in" to answer. Competing teams receive points for each correct answer, and the student group with the most points wins the round.