Los Angeles Regional Tournament

Division B and C teams from Los Angeles County compete for the opportunity to advance to the Southern California State Tournament in April.

Location: Online Mini Science Olympiad Model
Date: February 27th, 2021
Divisions: B, C

Registration is Now Open

Register your team today! To accommodate distance learning, all Regional Tournaments and the State Tournament in Southern California this year will follow the Mini Science Olympiad model where students compete from home. To support our teams and to accomodate more students who will not be able to particpiate in their normal extracurricular activities, we have lowered the membership dues to $260 per team and removed the limit on the number of teams per school that can participate at our tournament.

The 2020-2021 Official rules are now available for free at http://store.soinc.org/. We will be announcing the events for our tournaments after reviewing the alternate events recommended by the National Science Olympiad.

Below are some new resources for teams:
- New Coaches Google Group
- Scioly.org Student Forum and Sample Tests
- New Scioly.org Student Discord Discussion Chat

Don't forget to also sign up for the following:
BEARSO Invitational on Sat, Oct 10: Invitational Tournaments are practices for your teams and do not have impact on Regional or State standing. This invitational is run by alumni and National Event Supervisors and it's a great way to find out what tournaments will look like this year.
MySO: a 9-month, calendar-based set of activities and tests to keep individual students engaged in Science Olympiad at home, at school and afterschool. Students participate in the team tournament concurrently with MySO.
Online Coaching Workshop Series: the National Science Olympiad Office will be hosting an 8-hour Online Coaching Workshop Series that will run on 4 Saturdays this fall (9/19, 9/26, 10/17, 10/24). Registration is $100.

2021 Southern California State Tournament

We're excited to share that Science Olympiad will continue with distance learning. For the 2020-2021 Science Olympiad season, all Regional Tournaments and the State Tournament in Southern California will follow the Mini Science Olympiad model where students will be able to compete from home. To support our teams, we have also removed the limit on the number of teams per school that can participate at our tournament and lowered the membership dues to $260 per team this year for Division B and C teams. The events for the tournaments will be announced after reviewing the alternate events recommended by National Science Olympiad. We will also be hosting a Division A tournament in a similar fashion. More information on Elementary Science Olympiad to come!


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