Select Tournaments Already Full

The Auburn ESO and both the B/C fields at UAH are full and not accepting additional registrations. The B field at Spring Hill is full, but a small number of spaces remain in C as of October 24th. Find a tournament for your team before it's too late! Check the tournament dates online on our Tournaments page. And, get your team registered now! Visit our Registration page for details and the registration form.

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.

B and C Rules App Available Now in Google Store

Science Olympiad has once again released a pair of apps in the Google Store with complete event rules for the 2015 B and C tournaments. Check the Google Store now for these low cost apps to help your team be informed on the spot!

Science Olympiad Kits from Ward's Science

Looking for a kit to help you study for select Science Olympiad events? Ward's Science has officially licensed kits for various events to make your team's practicing even easier! Visit Ward's Science for details.

New 2015 Protein Modeling Kits Available

Protein Modeling returns as a Division C event in 2015. Get your practice and competition kits online now through 3D Molecular Designs.

Regional Tournament Resources

Looking to showcase the benefits of the Science Olympiad in your community? Download the 2013 Science Olympiad brochure (PDF).

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 blossoms.mit.edu/home

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!