Registration Closes for 2023 Science Olympiad

Science Olympiad is a nonprofit organization developed since 1984 to improve the quality of science education for students. The Science Olympiad consists of interscholastic competitions for students in grades 6th-12th. It is a way to provide recognition of outstanding achievement in science education by both students and teachers as teams from all 50 states compete at the Regional, State and National levels. WV winning teams qualify to compete in the National Tournament.

Parents are welcome to be organizers for a team, as long as you have one teacher liason through a school. Homeschooled teams are welcome, as are Out-of-state teams who may attend our event as practice for other events. Please note though that out-of-state teams cannot place or advance to nationals through our state.

The 2023 WV Science Olympiad will be held at Marshall University on March 4, 2023

 

Link to register : https://netapps.marshall.edu/so/registration.php

WVSSAC Robotics State Championship Tournament

Starting in the 2021-22 school year, students all across West Virginia will have the opportunity to select Robotics as a recognized co-curricular activity by the West Virginia Secondary School Activities Commission. This new classification enables recognition and parity for robotics programs to thousands of students.

WVSSAC Robotics teams will play a modified version of the VEX Robotics Competition game, with changes made only to the eligibility rules and tournament structure. This format will enable high schools with existing VRC teams to add WVSSAC robotics without needing to purcase any additional parts or equipment.

Although VRC and WVSSAC Robotics share the same game, WVSSAC Robotics is a separate program which will take place in parallel to the existing VRC season. Schools will be able to hold meets in the fall, winter, and spring, with the season culminating in the WVSSAC Robotics State Championship event in April.

The 2023 WVSSAC Robotics State Championship is scheduled for April 15, 2023 on the campus of Fairmont State University.

Science Olympiad

 

 

Science Olympiad is a nonprofit organization developed since 1984 to improve the quality of science education for students. The Science Olympiad consists of interscholastic competitions for students in grades 6th-12th. It is a way to provide recognition of outstanding achievement in science education by both students and teachers as teams from all 50 states compete at the Regional, State and National levels. WV winning teams qualify to compete in the National Tournament.

Parents are welcome to be organizers for a team, as long as you have one teacher liason through a school. Homeschooled teams are welcome, as are Out-of-state teams who may attend our event as practice for other events. Please note though that out-of-state teams cannot place or advance to nationals through our state.

The 2023 WV Science Olympiad will be held at Marshall University on March 4, 2023

Registration for the 2023 WV Science Olympiad is open!

*Registration will close on 2/19/2023