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This is a state template.  It is intended as a general guide for how to set up a state wiki page.  Feel free to modify or add to this layout as you see fit.
 
 
Introductory information goes in this section.
 
 
{{SOInfoBox
 
{{SOInfoBox
 
|State name=
 
|State name=
|Member since=They aren't
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|Member since=
 
|Number B teams=0
 
|Number B teams=0
|Member C teams=0
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|Number C teams=11
|Total teams=0
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|Total teams=11 teams, 5 schools
|States location=Nowhere
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|States location=University of Vermont
 
|B champs=N/A
 
|B champs=N/A
|C champs=N/A
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|C champs=[[South Burlington High School]]
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|website=http://vermontcomplexsystems.org/events/vt-science-olympiad/
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|State=Vermont
 
}}
 
}}
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'''Vermont''' held their first state tournament, for [[Division C]] only, at Castleton University in the [[2018]] season.
  
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In past years, Vermont has not hosted any tournaments, and has never sent a team to the national tournament. By National Science Olympiad rules, teams in a state without an organization can compete in any nearby state willing to invite them. In the past, both [[New Hampshire]] and [[Maine]] have had a standing open invitation to Vermont schools wanting to participate in Science Olympiad. A small number of teams in Vermont have participated in the past.
  
  
==History==
 
  
History goes here.  Information about how the state got involved in SO, its growth over the years, where the state competition is located, any traditions or details unique to the state, etc.
 
  
===Past State Champions===
 
  
This is a record of the past state champions and runners up, and their respective places at the national competition, if applicable.  Scores at the state competition may be shown in parentheses.
 
  
{| class="wikitable"
 
! <big>Year</big> !! <big>Division B Champion</big> !! <big>B Champ Nats Place</big> !! <big>Division B Runner-up</big> !!  <big>B Runner-up Nats Place</big> !! <big>Division C Champion</big> !! <big>C Champ Nats Place</big> !! <big>Division C Runner-up</big> !! <big>C Runner-up Nats Place</big>
 
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==Competitions==
 
  
Any detailed descriptions of each competition may be made here.
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==History==
  
===Invitationals===
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===Past State Champions===
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Although Vermont did not hold any tournaments until 2018, [[New Hampshire]] awarded the highest-placed team from Vermont that competed in New Hampshire with the "Best Vermont Team" award. The recipient of this award is shown in the below table.
  
:Invitational 1- details
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{{State tournament results box
 
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    | 2015 = {{Strb row
===Regional Competitions===
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        | div_b_champ        = -
 
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        | div_b_champ_nats    = N/A
:Regional 1- details
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        | div_b_runnerup      = -
:Regional 2- details
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        | div_b_runnerup_nats = N/A
:Regional 3- details
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        | div_c_champ        = [[Peoples Academy]]
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        | div_c_champ_nats    = N/A
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        | div_c_runnerup      = -
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        | div_c_runnerup_nats = N/A
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    }}
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    | 2016 = {{Strb row
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        | div_b_champ        = -
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        | div_b_champ_nats    = N/A
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        | div_b_runnerup      = -
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        | div_b_runnerup_nats = N/A
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        | div_c_champ        = [[St. Johnsbury Academy]]
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        | div_c_champ_nats    = N/A
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        | div_c_runnerup      = [[Peoples Academy]]
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        | div_c_runnerup_nats = N/A
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    }}
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    | 2017 = {{Strb row
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        | div_b_champ        = -
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        | div_b_champ_nats    = N/A
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        | div_b_runnerup      = -
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        | div_b_runnerup_nats = N/A
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        | div_c_champ        = [[St. Johnsbury Academy]]
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        | div_c_champ_nats    = N/A
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        | div_c_runnerup      =
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        | div_c_runnerup_nats = N/A
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    }}
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    | 2018 = {{Strb row
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        | div_b_champ        = -
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        | div_b_champ_nats    = N/A
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        | div_b_runnerup      = -
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        | div_b_runnerup_nats = N/A
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        | div_c_champ        = [[South Burlington High School]] (55)
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        | div_c_champ_nats    = N/A<sup>1</sup>
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        | div_c_runnerup      = [[St. Johnsbury Academy]] (58)
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        | div_c_runnerup_nats = 57th
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    }}
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    | 2019 = {{Strb row
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        | div_b_champ        = -
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        | div_b_champ_nats    = N/A
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        | div_b_runnerup      = -
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        | div_b_runnerup_nats = N/A
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        | div_c_champ        = [[St. Johnsbury Academy]]
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        | div_c_champ_nats    = N/A<sup>2</sup>
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        | div_c_runnerup      = [[South Burlington High School]]
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        | div_c_runnerup_nats = N/A
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    }}
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    | 2020 = {{Strb row
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        | condition        = cancelled
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        | condition_reason = the [[2019-20 Coronavirus outbreak]]
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    }}
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    | note1 = In 2018, [[South Burlington High School]] declined their bid and [[St. Johnsbury Academy]] represented Vermont at Nationals instead.
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    | note2 = In 2019, [[St. Johnsbury Academy]] declined their bid and [[South Burlington High School]] received it. However, South Burlington no-showed at Nationals.
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}}
  
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==Competitions==
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As of the 2020 season, Vermont only has a state competition.
 
===State Competition===
 
===State Competition===
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:<s>March 14th, 2020 at the University of Vermont</s> Cancelled due to [[2019-20 Coronavirus outbreak]]
  
:2009 location:  ____  - details
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===Scoresheets===
 
 
==Teams==
 
The brackets [] are used to provide links to the team pages.  The goal is that over time, every team will have a wiki as well.
 
 
 
 
'''Division B'''
 
'''Division B'''
 
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:''not applicable''
:[[Team 1]]
 
:[[Team 2]]
 
:[[Team 3]]
 
:[[Team 4]]
 
  
 
'''Division C'''
 
'''Division C'''
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:[[Media:2018 VT C Results.pdf|2018]]
  
:[[Team 1]]
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==Teams==
:[[Team 2]]
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===Division B===
:[[Team 3]]
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As of 2020, there were no [[Division B]] teams from Vermont.
 
 
  
{{States}}
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===Division C===
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:[[Essex STEM Academy]]
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:[[Long Trail Academy]]
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:[[Peoples Academy]]
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:[[South Burlington High School]]
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:[[St. Johnsbury Academy]]
  
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==External Links==
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{{Tournaments of Vermont}}
  
 
[[Category:State Pages]]
 
[[Category:State Pages]]

Latest revision as of 22:22, 29 September 2020

Vermont
Vermont.svg
General Information
Member of SO since
Total teams 11 teams, 5 schools
Division B Champion N/A
Division C Champion South Burlington High School
State Tournament Location University of Vermont
Date
Website http://vermontcomplexsystems.org/events/vt-science-olympiad/

Vermont held their first state tournament, for Division C only, at Castleton University in the 2018 season.

In past years, Vermont has not hosted any tournaments, and has never sent a team to the national tournament. By National Science Olympiad rules, teams in a state without an organization can compete in any nearby state willing to invite them. In the past, both New Hampshire and Maine have had a standing open invitation to Vermont schools wanting to participate in Science Olympiad. A small number of teams in Vermont have participated in the past.





History

Past State Champions

Although Vermont did not hold any tournaments until 2018, New Hampshire awarded the highest-placed team from Vermont that competed in New Hampshire with the "Best Vermont Team" award. The recipient of this award is shown in the below table.

Season Division B Division C
Champion Runner-Up Third Place Champion Runner-Up Third Place
Team Nats Place Team Nats Place Team Team Nats Place Team Nats Place Team
2015 - N/A - N/A Peoples Academy N/A - N/A
2016 - N/A - N/A St. Johnsbury Academy N/A Peoples Academy N/A
2017 - N/A - N/A St. Johnsbury Academy N/A N/A
2018 - N/A - N/A South Burlington High School (55) N/A1 St. Johnsbury Academy (58) 57th
2019 - N/A - N/A St. Johnsbury Academy N/A2 South Burlington High School N/A
2020 Cancelled due to the 2019-20 Coronavirus outbreak
1 In 2018, South Burlington High School declined their bid and St. Johnsbury Academy represented Vermont at Nationals instead.
2 In 2019, St. Johnsbury Academy declined their bid and South Burlington High School received it. However, South Burlington no-showed at Nationals.


Competitions

As of the 2020 season, Vermont only has a state competition.

State Competition

March 14th, 2020 at the University of Vermont Cancelled due to 2019-20 Coronavirus outbreak

Scoresheets

Division B

not applicable

Division C

2018

Teams

Division B

As of 2020, there were no Division B teams from Vermont.

Division C

Essex STEM Academy
Long Trail Academy
Peoples Academy
South Burlington High School
St. Johnsbury Academy

External Links