Southern California State Science Olympiad
The Southern California State Science Olympiad is sponsored by the Southern California Association of Science Specialists (SCAS2).
Southern State Competition
When: Tentatively April 4, 2015
Where: Canyon High School in Anaheim
What is Science Olympiad?
Science Olympiad is an international nonprofit organization devoted to improving the quality of science education, increasing student interest in science and providing recognition for outstanding achievement in science education by both students and teachers.
Sept 27, 2014: Register with your Regional Director Today!
The deadline for registering for the 2014-2015 Science Olympiad program is coming up fast. If you haven't registered your team with your Regional Director, please do so ASAP.
September 9, 2014: Upcoming Invitational Tournaments
We have a number of teams interested in hosting invitational tournaments this year. Invitational Tournaments allow
Science Olympiad teams to participate in non-official practice tournaments that do not impact Regional or State advancement
or rankings. We hope that the information below will allow teams to plan ahead in the case that they’re
interested in participating in any of these Invitational Tournaments.
Saturday, Feb 7th, 2015
Troy Invitational (Div C) (full)
Contact: Kurt Wahl
Aug 15, 2014: Preliminary 2015 Schedule
The preliminary schedule for the
upcoming 2015 Southern California State Science Olympiad Tournament has been published.
Jul 12, 2014: California Science Olympiad Summer Workshop
We had our second annual Science Olympiad Summer Workshop at Caltech on Saturday, July 12, 2014. This was a smaller,
one day version of the Science Olympiad Summer Institute hosted in Phoenix, Arizona each summer. We had 124 attendees
including 11 presenters. Thank you to everyone who attendeed!
The Science Olympiad tournaments are rigorous academic interscholastic competitions that consist of a series of individual and team events which students prepare for during the year. The competitions follow the format of popular board games, TV shows and athletic games.
These challenging and motivational events are balanced between the various science disciplines of biology, earth science, chemistry, physics, computers and technology. They require knowledge of science facts, concepts, processes, skills and science applications. In addition, during the day there are open house activities that consist of science and mathematics demonstrations, activities and career counseling sessions conducted by professors and scientists at the host institution.