Caleb Richmond is a sophomore at Georgetown University. He is a contestant on Jeopardy! High School Reunion Tournament.
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The first-ever 14-day tournament will feature 27 former high school students participating in the Teen Tournament. After the quarterfinals, semifinals, and grand finals, the winner will get a cash prize of $100,000 and earn a spot in the Tournament of Champions.
Richmond will appear on Thursday’s episode on 2 March 2023. He takes on Hannah Nekritz, a senior at Brandeis University, and Maggie Brown, a sophomore at the University of West Florida.
As a high school student, he has competed in Jeopardy! Teen Tournament in 2018. There, he became a semifinalist and won a cash prize of $10,000.
So, who is Caleb Richmond? Get to know his age, wiki, parents, family, job, and educational details here.
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Caleb Richmond Age, Wiki & Bio
Born in the year 2003, Richmond reached the age of 19 now. He celebrates his birthday on the 9th of July.
The 19-year-old attended Phillips Exeter Academy in Exeter, New Hampshire. He was 15 years old when he competed in Jeopardy! Teen Tournament as a high school student.
Caleb has been watching Jeopardy since his early days and even took the qualifying test when he was in 7th grade. He completed his high school education at Phillips Exeter Academy in 2021.
Inside Caleb Richmond Family
Caleb was raised by his parents in Newton, Massachusetts. His mother is Tracy Sobel Richmond.
At the age of 10, he moved with his parents to Bedford, New Hampshire. He grew up in a Jewish family and is a member of the Jewish Community Club at Exeter.
Caleb Richmond in a family picture with his parents and brother. (Source: Tracey’s Facebook)
Richmond is the oldest of two sons of his parents. He has a younger brother named Owen Richmond. Owen is now attending Bishop Guertin High School and plays baseball at the local club.
Caleb Richmond College & Job Details
Richmond is now a sophomore student at Georgetown University Walsh School of Foreign Service. There, he is studying International Relations and Affairs and will be graduating in 2025.
Moreover, he has held a job in Georgetown University’s publication, The Caravel. He worked as a staff writer and editor for nearly a year.