Get ready to join us for another fun and exciting Season #2!

The 2023 competition in our second season will once again be open to public, private and home school teams in the 14-county area of northeast Indiana, including: Adams, Allen, Blackford, DeKalb, Grant, Huntington, Jay, Kosciusko, LaGrange, Noble, Steuben, Wabash, Whitley, Wells counties. 

The teams will be comprised of four student members, plus one reserve. Matches will again occur in the format of a single elimination “knockout” tournament, resulting in the 2023 Season #2 QUEST Tournament Champion!

The number of teams permitted to enroll in the competition in Season #2 has increased, so that we may need to conduct a Qualification Exam (“Q Test”) for teams to enter the Tournament.

We’re working hard to improve the production values of our quiz show!

After the first season, our crew participated in an honest and candid review of our show. The biggest criticism was that we didn’t provide the answers for viewers. We’ve remedied that problem!

Our Education Committee “Think Tank” will be designing the questions for our 2023 Season. They will be drawn from the period of American History between 1801-1815, and they will come from:

(1) Arts & Literature;

(2) History;

(3) Culture, including Art and Music;

(4) Politics and Religion; and,

(5) Science (Including Math and Medicine).

Our thanks to Jennifer Bay, Assistant Principal at Homestead High School and Chairperson of our Education Committee, for supervising the “Think Tank”, the group of current and retired educators who will be creating the match questions.

If you’re a current or retired educator and you’d like to be a part of the “Think Tank” to design questions for the match, then please contact Jennifer Bay, Chairperson of our Education Committee, at:


Our Recording Crew includes:

(1) David Rousculp, Host;

(2) Joe Parson, Announcer;

(3) Jeff Jones, Official Scorer;

(4) Jim Pickett, Judge;

(5) Michael Skeens, Student Coordinator; and,

(6) Mike Loomis, Executive Producer.

First, Second and Third Place prizes for best-scoring teams

We’re currently looking for a Prize Money sponsor, contributing from between $3,500-$5,000, to support education, and to advertise their goods and/or services on our program in a meaningful way.

Family-oriented, educational and entertaining viewing

Our program will feature students from local private, public and home schools, giving them a chance to demonstrate their knowledge in a fast-paced and exciting competition, moderated by a talented and gifted local host, our own David Rousculp.

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Office: (260) 452-7782


7127 Homestead Road, Ste J
Fort Wayne, IN 46814