Registration for 2016 Olympiads Has Closed

Registration for 2016 Olympiads in all divisions closed on December 15th. No more registrations are being accepted for 2016 regional events. Registration for 2017 will begin in May.

Get Ready for Regional Tournament Season

Jump to our Tournaments page for links to tournament web sites for regionals across Alabama. Our spring Olympiads get underway on February 20th.

Online Resources to Help You Get Your Team Prepared

The Science Olympiad has a wealth of resources available on at to help teams prepare for regional competitions including event-by-event materials. Visit the Science Olympiad Preparation Tips page and use the B/C Events dropdown menu to select a specific event.

Help Kits for Select Olympiad Events

Protein Modeling is back as a Division C event in 2016. Get your practice and competition kits online now through 3D Molecular Designs. And, Ward's Science has officially licensed kits for various events to make your team's practicing even easier! Visit Ward's Science for details.

SO National Tournament Heads to Wisconsin

The Science Olympiad National Tournament for divisions B and C will be hosted by the University of Wisconsin - Stout on May 19-21. Visit or checkout the National Tournament Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram feeds.

Scientific American Profiles Science Olympiad

How does competing in a Science Olympiad make an impact on students of all ages? Read this Scientific American article, part of the Frontiers for Young Minds series, for the story.

New Classroom Resources for Grades 3-6

A new set of 15 lesson plans that help incorporate events from the Elementary Science Olympiad into regular classroom activities are now available. This special resource is just $40 (includes shipping). Use the Contact Us page to let our State Director know you're interested in purchasing a copy.

Free MIT Science Videos Available Online

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology recently hosted a workshop on science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education that included a demonstration of a university project to create STEM focused videos. Check out their work, for free, at

Even More Science Opportunities in Alabama

Looking for more ways to get your students involved in science? Consider the Alabama Junior Academy of Science in association with the Alabama Academy of Science!