A special thanks to the coaches who inspire their students to “learn it, live it” with LifeSmarts!
- Read the 2018 National LifeSmarts Championship press release
- View the semifinal and final matches
- Check out the Facebook photo album
- View the official team photos
- See the 2018 State Champions Team List
- Watch the winning team’s special welcome home
In LifeSmarts, teams of High School students, supported by adult coaches, represent their states or national student leadership organizations to compete for the National LifeSmarts Championship. Throughout competition students gain points for correctly answering questions about cybersecurity, credit reports, recycling, nutrition, consumer fraud, and much more.
LifeSmarts thanks volunteers and financial supporters
The National Consumers League relies on sponsors and volunteers to run the National LifeSmarts Championship each year. Click here to learn all the ways you and your organization can get involved and show support for today’s consumer-savvy youth.
Of course! Everyone is welcome at LifeSmarts, especially our alumni. We’d love for you to stay in touch with us and join our LinkedIn group as well.
Anyone is welcome attend as a spectator at the National LifeSmarts Championship, no registration is required. The National Consumers League assumes no liability for spectators attending the competition. Spectators may only attend events open to the public. If a spectator wishes to attend a catered luncheon, he or she must register and purchase a meal ticket (based upon availability).
In addition to spectating, alumni are welcome to volunteer. Former participants well-versed in the rules of the game make excellent officials. Those wishing to volunteer must register online and specify the times they are available. Volunteers are welcome to join us for group meals on the days they are volunteering (no ticket required). All volunteers are informed of their assignments in late March.
We are unable provide financial assistance to participants traveling to Nationals. Attendees are responsible for covering all costs, including transportation and accommodations. The National Consumers League assumes no liability for those attending the competition.
Just like every player competing at Nationals, all attendees under the age of 18 must be chaperoned and must submit a release form signed by his/her parent or legal guardian.