Science Olympiad

Date:
March 4, 2017

Location:
Central Campus

Capacity:
Division B - 12 Teams
Division C - 12 Teams

The Science Olympiad is a nonprofit organization developed to improve the overall quality of science education, increase student interest in science, and provide both student and teacher recognition for outstanding achievement in science education.

Texas students in grades 6-12 participate in interscholastic competitions at the local, regional, state, and national levels against teams from across the United States.

Registration

To register for our regional, please go to the Texas Science Olympiad Website. The deadline for registration is in January, but register as soon as you can as spaces fill quickly.  Once you are registered, be sure to bring all the necessary Regional Team Forms with you on the day of the competition.
 
Registration Forms

2017 Events, Schedule, and Results

Results
  • TBA
  • TBA
Official Information Packet: coming soon

Below are the tentative events for the 2017 Regional Science Olympiad.
B Division Tentative Events

Anatomy & Physiology, Bottle Rocket, Crime Busters, Disease Detectives, Ecology, Fast Facts, Food Science, Hovercraft, Invasive Species, Meteorology, Microbe Mission, Optics, Potions and Poisons, Rocks and Minerals, Science Word, Texas Wildflowers, Towers, We've Got Your Number, Wright Stuff, and Write It Do It.

 

C Division Tentative Events
Anatomy & Physiology, Astronomy, Chemistry Lab, Disease Detectives, Ecology, Electric Vehicle, Fermi Questions, Forensics , Game On, Helicopters, Hovercraft, Invasive Species, Microbe Mission, Optics, Picture This, Rocks and Minerals, Robot Arm, Towers, We've Got Your Number, and Write It  Do It.

 

Marilyn Mays, Ph.D.
Dean of Mathematics & Natural Sciences
(972) 273-3500

Patricia Thompson
Science Olympiad
Regional Director
(972) 273-3236

How to Get Here
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Campus Map
Location Map

2015 Science Olympiad Results
Division B
Division C