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National Tournament Winners by Year YearDivision B ChampionDivision C Champion2016Daniel Wright Junior High SchoolMira Loma High School2017Daniel Wright Junior High School (2)Troy High School (11)2018Solon Middle School (8)Troy High School (12)2019Kennedy Middle SchoolTroy High School (13)34 more rows • Jun 27, 2022
Official 2021 Science Olympiad National Tournament Results Congratulations to the 2021 Science Olympiad Champions - Mason High School in Mason, Ohio (their first National Championship!) for Division C and Kennedy Middle School in Cupertino, California (back-to-back champs!) for Division B!
The 38th Annual Science Olympiad National Tournament will be hosted in partnership with Caltech from May 9 to May 14, 2022 - and in a virtual format. Below you'll find everything you need about Tournament Week, the STEM Expo, competition day and more!
The Science Olympiad National Tournament is the pinnacle of more than 450 regional and state tournaments each academic year. Upwards of 7,900 teams in 50 states compete head-to-head for a chance to compete against some of the brightest and most creative students in the US at the National Tournament.
The single Grand Prize Student Winner will receive a $2,000 college scholarship (held in escrow until college enrollment; then paid directly to the college). All five winners will receive $250 each for their Science Olympiad teams and a Bose SoundLink II Bluetooth remote speaker!

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2022 Science Olympiad National Tournament. Click here for official tournament results. Congratulations to our Division B Science Olympiad National Champions, Sierra Vista Middle School from Irvine, California and Division C back-to-back Science Olympiad National Champions, Mason High School from Mason, Ohio!
Science Olympiad competitions are like academic track meets, consisting of a series of 23 team events in each division (Division B is middle school; Division C is high school).
Division A, also known as Elementary Science Olympiad (ESO), is for elementary school age students, grades K-6. In this division, non-competitive Fun Days and Fun Nights are run for all grades, and Competitive Tournaments are run for grades 3-6.

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