Team Registration Opens Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Registration for the 30th Annual Los Angeles County Science Olympiad is set to open next week. Only teams that register online, pay the registration fee, and send a Guarantee of Insurance are eligible to compete.  

Registration for teams in Divisions A, B, and C will open at 12:01 AM, Tuesday, September 8, 2015. Registration can only be completed following the Registration Guidelines and using the Online Registration application. Registration Guidelines and Online Registration Application will be available on Tuesday, September 8th.

Note: Only a team coach or assistant coach may register a team for the Science Olympiad.

Science Olympiad Devotees Descend Upon CalTech for the Third Annual Science Olympiad Coaches Workshop

Teachers and others learn about 2016 Science Olympiad events and rules changes in the same lecture hall where Nobel laureates have delivered their lectures.

Teachers and others learn about 2016 Science Olympiad events and rules changes in the same lecture hall where Nobel laureates have delivered their lectures.

The Southern California Science Olympiad Summer Workshop is a condensed, one day version of the Science Olympiad Summer Institute hosted in Phoenix, Arizona each summer. More than 170 coaches, parents, and tournament officials from all over Southern California attended this workshop to learn more about the 2016 Science Olympiad events, get tips and advice from National Committee Chairs, National, Regional, and State Event Supervisors, and provided input to make these events more relevant to the everyday K-12 STEM education.

See anyone you know?

See anyone you know?

Who Participated in the Science Olympiad?

The recently completed Los Angeles Regional Science Olympiad, one of the largest in the nation had:

188 schools participating, from 57 school districts, from 4 counties.

  • 10 schools were from outside Los Angeles county
  • 1 from Kern County
  • 2 from Santa Barbara County
  • 7 from Ventura County

Of those 10 schools
* 6 participated at Antelope Valley College
* 4 participated at Occidental College

Of the 188 schools
* 13 identified themselves at independent, charter, or private schools
* 67 Division A - Elementary Schools
* 62 Division B - Middle Schools
* 59 Division C - High Schools