Science Olympiad Invitational at Johns Hopkins University (JHSOI)
Science Olympiad is a nationwide competition. Students compete in various STEM related 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.
The 4th annual Science Olympiad Invitational at Johns Hopkins (JHSOI) supports STEM excitement in Baltimore City schools and students. Currently, we are planning to host a Division B competition. We will NOT be hosting a Division C competition this season.
The event will be in-person at the Johns Hopkins Homewood Campus and separated into two leagues: Open League for any Div. B school to participate and a Baltimore League exclusively for Baltimore City Public School teams. Baltimore City Public School teams will have their registration fees waived, and transportation to and from the tournament will be provided. The fee for Open League participants is $100 per team.
Campus guests older than 5 years old who will be inside campus-operated buildings in the U.S. are expected to comply with university COVID vaccination requirements already in place for our affiliates, https://covidinfo.jhu.edu/health-safety/covid-vaccination-information/. Masking is currently optional inside campus-operated buildings.
This Scilympiad site will only be used for tournament registration. CLICK "REGISTER YOUR SCHOOL" BELOW TO BEGIN REGISTRATION
For in-depth information about the tournament, refer to our official website: https://sites.google.com/view/jhsoi/
The tournament will take place on February 11, 2023. Registration will open on November 1, 2022. If you have concerns or questions, feel free to email email@example.com! Check out our official website: https://sites.google.com/view/jhsoi/
This tournament is sponsored by: The Johns Hopkins Alumni Association and the JHU Center for Social Concern.