- ITI Central School, Std 8
Spell Bee's first ever National Champion was Ragvendra Kuppuswamy from ITI Central School. This marked the beginning of a thrilling journey of discovering the nation's best spellers! He won a cash prize of ₹ 1,00,000 and an all-expenses paid trip to witness the Scripps International Spelling Bee Contest at Washington D.C. Spell Bee was launched in 430 schools across 11 cities with collective participation from 1.65 lakh students.
- Thakur Public School, Std 9
Anand Sundaram from Thakur Public school, Mumbai, proved to be the best in this exciting 2nd edition of the competition. Spell Bee returned with participation from 768 schools across 12 cities and a reach of 2.25 lakh students battling it out across various stages for the coveted title of the National Champion. He won a cash prize of ₹. 1,00,000 and an all-expenses paid trip to witness the Scripps International Spelling Bee Contest at Washington D.C.
- Chirec Public School, Std 9
The Bee is back again and how! Kaavya Muralidhar from Chirec Public School, Hyderabad, won the Championship in a closely fought contest amongst 2.6 lakh students spread across 1125 schools in 25 cities, which also showed us the students' level of preparedness and love for the Bee. Truly fascinating! She won a cash prize of ₹. 1,00,000 and an all-expenses paid trip to witness the Scripps International Spelling Bee Contest at Washington D.C.
- National Public School, Std 9
Samvida Venkatesh swept the championship with her acumen and took home a cash prize of ₹. 1,00,000 and an all-expenses paid trip to witness the Scripps International Spelling Bee Contest at Washington D. C.
Season 4 was a Spell Bee edition with intense participation. With the introduction of the online test, Spell Bee invited participation from the entire country and was scaled to a totally new level. In addition to this, a massive participation from 1028 schools and more than 3 lakh students made this the most definitive year for Spell Bee.
- Gurukul Grammar Senior Secondary School, Std 8
Vaswati Das played like a champion from the start. She won a cash prize of ₹. 2,00,000 and got to witness the Scripps National Spelling Bee 2014 that was held in Washington D.C., along with a parent.
Season 5 took the Spell Bee experience to a different level altogether. With online participation more than doubling from its last edition, and with over 1,00,000 new fans on Facebook, Spell Bee became a rage online too. Over 3,00,000 students participated from over 1000 schools across India and, for the first time, the classical Spelling Bee format was adapted into a televised show.
- Maharishi Vidya Mandir School, Std 8
Anagha Sethuraman showed discipline and intelligence throughout her race to the top! She won a cash prize of ₹. 2,00,000 and a full-expense paid trip to watch the Scripps National Spelling Bee 2015 that was held in Washington D.C., along with a parent.
n Season 6, Spell Bee took aggressively to digital platforms to create one of the property's most memorable seasons. There was robust participation online as well as from schools. Over 2,50,000 students participated from over 799 schools across India.
- Kendriya Vidyalaya Ottapalam, Std 9
Malavika Deepak spelled her way to success and aced Classmate Spell Bee Season 7. From the very first word to the one that eventually won her the title, this stellar speller was on top of her game throughout the competition. She won a cash prize of ₹. 2,00,000 and got to witness the Scripps National Spelling Bee 2015 that was held in Washington D.C., along with a parent.
- Sri Kumaran Children's Home (CBSE), Std 8
Ananya G Upadhya was up against tough competition this season and had an ultimate face off with the Grand Finale Finalist from Season 7, Samyukta Srivatsa. At the end of it, the grit of a champion shone through and Ananya became the champion of Season 8. This year, for the very first time, the competition introduced offline tests in schools, facilitated through DVD installations.
- Shri Shikshayatan School, Std 9
"Never give up" is a lesson that everyone learnt and witnessed at the Classmate Spell Bee Season 9.
Winner of this year's competition, Pratyasha Nath from Shri Shikshayatan School, Kolkata who was also a runner-up from the previous season found this year's competition extremely challenging and faced stiff competition in the finals from her fellow contestant Amaan Ahmed who was also a runner-up from the previous season.
After a nail-biting final round, Pratyasha emerged as the champion only to show everyone that winners don't fret, they only bounce back stronger.
- Narayana IIT Olympiad School
Srija Mallipudi of Narayana IIT Olympiad School, Vijayawada emerged winner, while Preetham R of Ryan International School, Kundalahalli, Bengaluru was the first runner up in Classmate Spell Bee Season 10.
- GEAR Innovative International School
Winner of Season 11's competition, Rishi Nambair from GEAR Innovative International School, emerged as the champion after a tough fight from his competitors.
He participated in Mars Spell Bee Competition at a young age of 3 - 4 years. Came 1st in his category as well as overall. His parents called him Walking encyclopedia as he would know any question about English or science. He also has a talent for 3D modelling and puzzles. His secret to cracking a spelling - Word of Origin.