At registration your school will be assigned a classroom which will serve as your homeroom for the day. Use it as headquarters for the day. Please clean up the room at the end of the day
Yes and no. Strictly speaking the maximum is 15. However, the Indiana Science Olympiad Committee agreed that additional students (alternates) could participate. However, these additional students are restricted to the trial events only. Additional students will be identified at registration.
Our goal is to offer all A and B events that count towards the team's overall standing.
Periodically refer to the B and C Division event links
We persevere one way or another.
First, second and third place trophies will be awarded to schools. However, if enough teams participate then we could have A and AA divisions (based on school population) and thus two sets of trophies would be available.
Gold, Silver and Bronze medals will be awarded to first, second and third place students in an event (including trial events). Recently we have also provided 4th place medals.
Judges are given wide latitude how they will handle their event. Therefore their decision will usually be the last word. However, in the unusual situation where a coach insists on mediation there will be an Arbitration committee. The decision of this committee is final.
Feel free to contact the tournament director at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will make every effort to reply quickly.
This will be done via email. We will email you the time when this will take place.
The length and width of the area is approximate 93 ft. x 140 ft. The height is approximately 30 feet.
The runners up B and C teams at the various regionals are invited to the Wild Card tournament which usually takes place in March. The top teams in the Wild Card tournament are invited to participate in the State Science Olympiad tournament.
Probably, but just for the purpose of team trophies.
Lab space limitations make this split necessary.
It is now available for download using the registration form link