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'''Division C'''
'''Division C'''
:Valparaiso High School
:[[Valparaiso High School]]
:Bloomington High School North
:[[Bloomington High School North]]
:Bloomington High School South
:[[Bloomington High School South]]
:Carmel High School
:[[Carmel High School]]
'''Division B'''
'''Division B'''
:Thomas Jefferson Middle School
:[[Thomas Jefferson Middle School]]
:Benjamin Franklin Middle School
:[[Benjamin Franklin Middle School]]
:Stanley Clark Middle School
:[[Stanley Clark Middle School]]

Revision as of 04:24, 8 August 2008

Indiana has been one of the largest participants in Science Olympiad for many years now, claiming 2 slots at the national competition for the last 7+ years.

Indiana SO At a Glance
Member of SO since 1985
Number of Division B teams 62
Number of Division C teams 62
Total teams 130
State tournament location IUPUI for 2009
2008 Division B State Champion Stanley Clark Middle School
2008 Division C State Champion Bloomington High School North


Indiana Science Olympiad has existed for a long time. This is mostly just a test page for now, not to mention me not knowing a whole lot of history off the top of my head. Thomas Jefferson Middle School has dominated the B division for most of its existence, though Bachelor and Ben Franklin have been known to make runs in the past, while Stanley Clark has been the uprising new challenger in recent years.

In division C, Carmel, Bloomington High Schools North and South, and Valparaiso have been known to do very well, all 4 usually in the top 6 at the state competition.



Riley Invitational

Regional Competitions

St. Joes
Purdue West Lafayette
Indiana University Northwest

State Competition

2009 location: IUPUI


Division C

Valparaiso High School
Bloomington High School North
Bloomington High School South
Carmel High School

Division B

Thomas Jefferson Middle School
Benjamin Franklin Middle School
Stanley Clark Middle School