|Member of SO since||2011|
|Best finish, regionals||B: 1st, 2012-2014, 2017; C: 1st, 2012-2017|
|Best finish, state||B: 1st, 2012, 2014; C: 1st, 2011-2012, 2014-2017|
|Best finish, nationals||B: 29th, 2012; C: 19th, 2016|
Iolani School is a coeducational K-12 private school, located in Honolulu, Hawaii. The Science Olympiad program was started in the 2010-2011 school year. They attended the 2012 and 2014 National competition at the University of Central Florida in both divisions. Division C has also attended the 2011 national competition at the University of Wisconsin, the 2015 national competition at the University of Nebraska, the 2016 national competition at the University of Wisconsin, and the 2017 national competition at Wright State University. Recently, Division C has qualified for the 2018 national competition at Colorado State University. Most notably, the Division C team was the national champions of the event Fossils for two years (2015 and 2016).
Division B has been a part of Science Olympiad since 2012. They have qualified for the national tournament twice (in 2012 and 2014). For every other year they have competed, they have been the runner-up at the states competition. In the 2012 National Competition, Division B placed 5th in Water Quality.
Division C has been a part of Science Olympiad since 2011. They have qualified for the national tournament 7 times out of the eight years they have competed. At the 2014 national tournament at the University of Florida, the team was the national champions in the trial event Hydrogeology. At the 2015 national tournament at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Division C was the national champions in both Fossils and Geologic Mapping and placed 2nd in the trial event Science Bowl. In the 2016 National competition, the Division C team was the national champions in Fossils, and placed 3rd in Game On and Anatomy and Physiology, and 4th in Geologic Mapping. They also placed 2nd in Game On and 3rd in Indoor Bottle Rocket at the 2017 National competition. At the 2018 National Tournament at Colorado State University, the team earned 4th in Game On and 3rd in Rocks and Minerals.