IU Northwest Science Olympiad
On Saturday February 21, 2015 IU Northwest will host its 14th annual Science Olympiad Regional tournament. All 23 B and C division events will be offered as well as three B and three C division trial events. The primary goal of our tournament is for students to experience a fun day while doing science. A secondary goal is to find out what teams will advance to the state tournament at IU Bloomington (March 21) as well as the "wildcard" tournament at Ball State (March 7). Advancing will be based on team placement in events. Trial events are strictly for fun; medals will be awarded, however they will not count for overall team placement. Please use this website for information about the 2015 IU Northwest Science Olympiad tournament. In 2015 we will have 14 C-division and 15 B-division teams. On 1/20/15 we learned from the state committee that IUN would send to the state tournament 4 C-division and 6 B-division teams. As a result the 5th place C-division and the 7th place B-division teams will be invited to participate in the wildcard tournament.
IU Northwest had a great time hosting the 2014 IU Northwest Science Olympiad tournament. Five B diveision and four C division teams advance to the state tournament at IU Bloomington on March 22, 2014. One additional team advanced to the Wildcard tournament at Ball state on March 8, 2014. Advancing to the state tournament were (High School) Chesterton, Valparaiso, Canterbury, Rennselaer; (Middle School) Thomas Jefferson, Chesterton, Clifford Pierce, Kahler, St. Thomas More. Advancing to the Wildcard tournament were Portage High School and St. Mary Middle School. Congratulations to all schools that participated and our best wishes to all schools advancing. Event results can be found at the following links,
(2014) Middle School Results
(2014) High School Results