WSO State Tournament Notes:
Congratulation to all
participants for an outstanding performance at the 2013
Wisconsin State Tournament.
Congratulations to Madison West on earning the opportunity
to represent Wisconsin at the 2013 National Tournament at
Wright State University.
All results and scores available at Avogadro
Ten Teams for 2013
1. Madison West
7. Nathan Hale
9. Brookfield Central
10. Wausau West
Team Membership Fee:
To promote and improve student and teacher interest in
Wisconsin Science Olympiad, we are offering a reduced
membership fee for 2012-2013. New WSO high school teams
to join WSO will pay only $60, not the $300 membership
fee. To qualify for this reduced fee, the high school
team must be new to WSO or not have joined Wisconsin
Science Olympiad in the past five years.
New Membership Fees for 2012-2013
To further encourage student participation
in WSO, the WSO Board as set the following fee structure
for 2012-2013. Team Membership will remain at $300 for the
first two teams registered from a school. Any additional
teams will be charged only $100!
Membership Form 2012-2013
State Tournament Results Available
Congrats to all teams for an outstanding
2012 State Tournament!
2013 Wisconsin Science Olympiad
Division C (High School) State Tournament
will be held Saturday, April 13th, 2013, at the
University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee.
What is Science Olympiad?
Students tell us "it is what makes school fun,"
coaches report that SO has "transformed their teaching and made it
much more enjoyable and rewarding," administrators have indicated
that SO teams at their schools have had a "tremendous positive
effect on student learning." Science Olympiad offers opportunities
for students to explore many areas of science, technology,
engineering and mathematics. It is the only competition in the US
that offers a team learning environment that stretches across many
areas of science and engages students of different knowledge and
skill sets. Science Olympiad offers creative challenges to all
students in interesting and applied areas of science which they
typically don't experience in the standard curriculum. All of the
SO events are closely tied to National Science Education
Standards, so these events offer exciting and creative ways for
teachers and students to engage in science education in K-12
about Science Olympiad at soinc.org