Princeton University Science Olympiad

Saturday, February 20, 2021

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Princeton University Science Olympiad is a non-profit student organization dedicated to inspiring creative problem solving, STEM literacy, and love for learning through its annual high school invitational tournament. We provide an innovative, challenging, yet representative Science Olympiad experience that gives teams of all backgrounds the best possible preparation for Regionals, States, and the National Tournament. In 2018, we became the first college invitational to waive registration fees, in 2020, we piloted a need-based financial aid program, and we continue to be committed to making high quality STEM education accessible to all.

On Saturday, February 20th, 2021, we will be hosting the fifth annual Princeton University Science Olympiad Invitational Tournament for Division C (High School). The tournament is led and organized entirely by students at Princeton who have supervised events for invitational tournaments across the country and medaled at the highest levels of competition.

Upcoming Dates


02/20/2021: Date of tournament

02/28/2021: Awards ceremony (YouTube premiere link)

Before the tournament day, please have your team roster and event signups completed so students can participate in the tournament. In addition, make sure to share our Student Tournament Day Guide with your team so they can be prepared.


Announcements


Please regularly check your email for updates from us! We've recently sent out documents detailing event logistics and frequently asked questions.

Day-of: 
scioly.princeton.edu/dayof

Our website:
scioly.princeton.edu

Contact us:
scioly@princeton.edu


Supporters


Thank you to our Princeton partners for supporting this event:

CBE Department, GHP, CHM Department, AST Department, Office of Undergraduate Research, PHY Department, GEO Department, Council of Science and Technology, SEAS, and MAE Department!

We are also supported by Numerade, the best homework help videos taught by top professors in STEM subjects including physics, calculus, chemistry, economics and bio.