Science Olympiad



Science Olympiad is nationwide competition. Students compete in 23 events that include 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. Students compete in Science Olympiad with the top teams advancing from Regional to State to National levels.

Shorter University is proud to host our second Science Olympiad invitational. 
We will be hosting a In-person Invitational on January 29th, 2022.

Upcoming Dates


TBD - Awards Ceremony Posted to Website
TBD - Tournament results announcement
January 29, 2022 - Tournament 
TBD - Tournament Fees Due
TBD - Tournament Registration Closes


Announcements


Website is currently undergoing updates. More information forthcoming.
New event rules upload available in the upload section of the website.

Tournament registration deadline and fee deadline moved back. See upcoming dates.

The event will be a Mini-SO. A complete list of events can be found at the bottom of this page. All events will be completed online. Please see the individual events to find the exact methods for competing in that event.
Please note that we are currently only accepting checks as payment for the event. Please use the contact page address. If you have any problems with payment, please contact the Invitational Director by e-mail.


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Sponsors


List of Events


Anatomy & Physiology (Skeletal, Muscular, Integumentary)
Disease Detectives
Heredity
Ornithology
Water Quality (Marine & Estuary - Test Only)
Dynamic Planet (Oceanography)
Fossils
Meteorology (Severe Storms)
Road Scholar
Reach for the Stars
Circuit Lab (Test Only)
Density Lab (Test Only)
Machines (Test Only)
Food Science (Test Only)
Crime Busters (Dry Lab Only)
Mission Possible (Will require a video and data collection upload. Coaches please see uploaded documents.)
Mousetrap Vehicle (Will require a video and data collection upload. Coaches please see uploaded documents.)
Game On (Will require the online version of Scratch. You may access it at the following address. https://scratch.mit.edu/)
Experimental Data Analysis (Replaces Experimental Design)
Write It CAD It (The program that we will use for this event is the free, online CAD program (English version) OnShape. It can be found at https://www.onshape.com/en/  Students competing in this event should register an account and practice prior to tournament day.)