What is Science Olympiad?
Science Olympiad is a nation-wide competition where teams of 15 students representing their school work throughout the year to build, study, and experiment. There are invitational competitions (for practice) and a regional, state, and national level competition near the end of the school year, during which students show off what they've learned all year by competing with other schools. There are 23 events to compete in, and each event requires 2-3 students to represent the entire team. The team who does best overall in all 23 events wins the competition. Our goal for next season is to get to Nationals! We got this!
We have been a Science Olympiad team since 1987. Our team is very active in helping to coach Slauson Middle School's Science Olympiad, and helped them get to Nationals both last and this year. We are currently on our off-season. :)
This past season, we made it to Nationals for the first time since 1994 with the hard work of our team and lots of help from parents, teachers, and coaches.
Check out these articles on our team:
We Love Ann Arbor's Article
Slauson and Pioneer
To join the team, pick out a few events that you are interested in and that don't conflict when the registration form comes out. To be on the main team, you must pick more 3 or more events to actively participate in, but if you can't commit that much time, you are welcome to choose one or two events to be a part of until December. You won't be able to compete on the main team, but you will still learn a lot about those subjects and have a great experience.
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