Science Olympiad is nationwide competition where students compete in topics including earth science, biology, chemistry, physics, and engineering. Science Olympiad is designed to increase a student’s interest in STEM fields and provide recognition for outstanding achievement in team events.
We're excited to start the Bay Area Elementary Science Olympiad Tournament for the 2022-2023 academic year.
Bay Area Elementary Tournament
Final Results - Posted 5/13/2023
Thanks for participating in our Tournament, everyone! We hope you had a fun time and enjoyed the events... we sure did!
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Happy Tournament Day! Some announcements:
Our HQ is in the Aux Gym. Come find us here for any questions, help needed, first aid, etc.
Thank you to all of you for sending in questions regarding the rules. We have compiled those questions and posted these as clarifications for the rule here. Please use these clarifications as changes to the official rules for the upcoming tournament.
Prior to the day of the tournament, we ask that each head coach submit the names of the students on their team by using this form.
The team numbers can be found here.
Please note the updated schedule. Teams should follow the schedule based on their team number found above. For example, team A12 should follow the 11-18 block so that they should go to A is for Anatomy during the 9:30-10:20 block.
Prior to tournament day, please be sure to have waiver signed by the parents/legal guardian of each of the competitors. During check in on the morning of tournament day, please have them ready and turn them in at the check in table.
- How to Register a Team: click here
- Rules are available to head coaches once registration is complete
- Tournament documents (schedule, handbook, waiver): click here
Note that the tournament schedule is designed to allow students to not have to worry about schedule conflicts for the various events.
3/2/23 Update: Homeschool Students
- Aerodynamics: students demonstrate their paper airplane building and flying skills
- A for Anatomy: a knowledge test of the muscular and skeletal systems of the human body
- Deep Blue Sea: a knowledge test on oceanography and marine life
- Pasta Bridge: students build a bridge to hold weight over a distance
- Pentathlon: five physical skills interspersed with five sets of science questions in a relay race
- Straw Egg Drop: students build a device out of drinking straws to protect a raw egg from breaking when dropped
- Write It Do It: one student will write a description of an object and how to build it, and then the other student will attempt to construct the object from the description