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== Rustin Invitational ==
 
== Rustin Invitational ==
  
Bayard Rustin High School hosts the Rustin Invitational each year for B Division. Currently the only invitational for B Division in Pennsylvania, more than 35 schools attend each year from Pennsylvania, Delaware, New Jersey, and New York. In 2014, the standard B Division events were run, as well as trial events [[Invasive Species]] and [[Green Generation]].
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Bayard Rustin High School hosts the Rustin Invitational each year for B Division. Currently the only invitational for B Division in Pennsylvania, a maximum of 39 schools can attend each year from regions such as Pennsylvania, Delaware, New Jersey, and New York. In 2014, the standard B Division events were run, as well as trial events [[Invasive Species]] and [[Green Generation]].
  
  

Revision as of 18:54, 11 May 2014

Bayard Rustin High School at a glance
Member of SO since 2007
Best finish, regionals 2010-2012, 3rd place
Best finish, state 2012, 2nd place
Best finish, nationals 2012, 14th place


Bayard Rustin High School, located in West Chester, Pennsylvania, was opened the school year 2006-2007, and their Science Olympiad program was started in that same year. It is one of three West Chester Area School District High Schools along with Henderson High School and West Chester East High School. In 2012, the team made it to the National Tournament for the first time in school history, claiming 14th place.


History

Year Regional State National
2007 12th
2008 5th 5th
2009 4th 3rd
2010 3rd 3rd
2011 3rd 4th
2012 3rd 2nd 14th
2013 4th 4th
2014 5th 5th


Invitational Results

Invitational 2009 2013 2014
Battle of Valley Forge 4th 1st
Kutztown 3rd
Mentor 3rd 4th 3rd
Northview 3rd 4th
Tiger 1st 1st 2nd
Yale 2nd

Rustin Invitational

Bayard Rustin High School hosts the Rustin Invitational each year for B Division. Currently the only invitational for B Division in Pennsylvania, a maximum of 39 schools can attend each year from regions such as Pennsylvania, Delaware, New Jersey, and New York. In 2014, the standard B Division events were run, as well as trial events Invasive Species and Green Generation.