Science Olympiad

Science Olympiad

What is Science Olympiad?

Science Olympiad is an academic science competition consisting of approximately 24 events. These events encompass biology, chemistry, physics, Earth/space science, and engineering. Each student works with a partner and performs in approximately four events. Each team has no more than 15 students with no more than seven seniors.  



We typically compete three times during the year, each on a Saturday:

1.  A practice event is usually held a week or two after winter break.

2.  The Region Tournament is usually held toward the end of February.

3.  The State Tournament is usually held around the middle of March.

4.  We've never gone, but the National Tournament will be held on May 16 and 17 in Orlando, FL.   


Click the link at the bottom of this page to find the application. The deadline to submit applications is Friday Sept. 16.


The MCHS Science Olympiad Team is composed of students of all ability and interest levels that have one thing in common — an interest in science and working with others. The Mission of the Mill Creek Science Olympiad Team is:


1. To bring science to life, to show how science works, to emphasize problem solving aspects of science and the understanding of science concepts.
2. To develop teamwork and cooperative learning strategies among students.
3. To make science education more exciting.
4. To promote high levels of achievement and a commitment to excellence, to demonstrate that American students can perform at levels that surpasses expectations of even practicing scientists and engineers.



Scott Mitchell - E201

Jon Harper - D204

Rhonda Zambo - E204

Pam Perry - E216




Georgia Science Olympiad (

National Science Olympiad (



Click here for the application link.  You must be signed into your Google account to access the link.  If you have any questions, see one of the sponsors.  

The teacher recommendation form is below this line.

Download this file (Science OlympiadTeacherRecForm.docx)SO Teacher Recommendation Form