Science Olympiad @ Georgia Tech 2017

The Science Olympiad is a nationally recognized program for enhancing science education and interest in science. It is a science competition for teams of up to 15 students competing in 23 different age-related events over the course of the day. The activities emphasize doing and applying science.

In the Spring of 2017, Georgia Institute of Technology’s Center for Education Integrating Science, Mathematics, and Computing (CEISMC) will host a Division C regional tournament for 16 teams of high school students. Winning teams will advance from regional to state to national competitions.

Please note: Only the members of the teams that are participating in the event are permitted in the room for the event. Coaches, parents, and other members who are not participating in the actual events are not permitted in the rooms where the competitions are taking place.  

All of the tournament events will take place in the Skiles Classroom Building and the Clough Undergraduate Learning Commons. To locate these buildings on the campus map, click here.  

The Georgia Tech Science Olympiad team includes:

  • Cluster Coordinators and Event Supervisors:  Faculty, staff, and students from across Georgia Tech’s colleges and schools, and students from neighboring institutions, are participating in creating and running the events.


Event Details


  • Saturday, February 18, 2017
Location: Skiles Classroom Building and Clough Undergraduate Learning Commons

Related Media

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  • Division C Science Olympiad at Georgia Tech

  • Science Olympiad Logo

For More Information Contact

Tamara Pearson
Associate Director of School and Community Engagement