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Science Olympiad

Science Olympiad Information

Mott will host this year’s regional tournament on Saturday, March 24, 2018.add to calendar2018-03-24 08:00:002018-03-24 17:00:00America/DetroitScience OlympiadQuestions: Please call Carla Clark, 810-232-4530 or e-mail us at: SORegionV@mcc.eduMott Community CollegeAcademic
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The Science Olympiad is a national rigorous standards-based science competition with yearly rotating events, always representing the various components of STEM education. Teams of up to 15 students compete in events testing knowledge in areas as wide-ranging as insect identification to Laser shoots, and from bridge building to Mag-Lev vehicle construction. Scores are accumulated in all events with the top teams moving on to state level competition.


The Regional Science Olympiad (RSO) took place at Mott Community College on Saturday, March 25, 2017.

Congratulations to our 2017 Regional Winners, who will compete at the State Science Olympiad Competition at Michigan State University.

Division B - Overall Region 15
First Place Second Place Third Place
St. Patrick (Brighton) Hartland Middle School Fowlerville Junior High School


Division C - Overall Region 15
First Place Second Place Third Place
Brighton High School Hartland High School Perry High School
Science Olympiad students in lab
Fowlerville Junior High
Science Olympiad group of students
Science Olympiad Davison
Award Presentations
Student at registration
Laingsburg High School
Hanging in the hallway
Trophy Case
Trophy Case
Students with awards
Working in the classroom
Hartland students with Banner
Brighton High School
Students in the Highbay
Demonstration in Highbay
Sheila Swytrek
Students at award ceremony
Sheila Swytrek and Carla Clark
Hartland students
In the lab
Service Recognition Awards
Students in the lab
February 22, 2018
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