In March, Clark Science Olympiad competed in California's BirdSO Invitational and Wisconsin's Menomonie Invitational. At Bird, teams Clark 'Akikiki and Clark Lark flew up the ranks with Top 12 medals in 10 events. In Menomonie's MiniSO flight, Clark medaled 1st and 2nd place for a total of 18 events! Bird and Menomonie mark the last two tournaments of Clark's invitational season, and we couldn't be happier with our 11th place finish out of Bird's 121 teams and a 2nd place trophy from our friends at Menomonomonomonie. Onward to state!
In 3 weekends of back-to-back tournaments, Clark showed out for the month of February. It wasn't easy, but the team came away with 25 medals from Stanford and Berkeley's Golden Gate Invitational, Princeton Invitational, University of Michigan Invitational, and SOUP Invitational, and a 4th place team trophy from Princeton! We're so proud of everyone and have high hopes for the final two tournaments on the road to State.
Clark closed out January on the 30th at the Harvard-Brown and Duke University Invitationals! Thanks to these two tournaments for hosting great competition. Onward to February!
Clark squared off at our toughest tournaments this season with the MIT and Solon Invitationals on January 23. We finished 26th and 23rd respectively, determined to continue improving as we pass the halfway mark of the season. And shoutout to MIT for holding our favorite trial Lean Meme Mean Machine!
In addition to the UChicago Invitational, Clark Scioly competed at the UC Davis Aggie Invitational and Rice University Invitational on January 16. We are proud of our team's hard work throughout the weekend—and it paid off: we were able to grab some medals in new events! Congratulations to our medalists in Circuit Lab, Machines, Codebusters, Experimental Design, and Geologic Mapping! Let's keep it up for next weekend!
Congratulations to our teams who competed at Mira Loma Invitational on January 9 and the UChicago Invitational on January 16. We started the new year with a 7th place finish in NorCal, bringing home medals in Codebusters and Ornithology. Let's ramp up as we continue into a long series of January and February tournaments!
On December 19, Clark hosted the second Science Olympiad Las Vegas Invitational. We are so grateful to the 83 teams in attendance and all the volunteer writers and event supervisors for making this tournament possible!
Clark placed 11th overall and medaled in Anatomy, Codebusters, Designer Genes, Geologic Mapping, and Ornithology. Special congratulations to Mountain View for taking 1st and to all our competitors and medalists!
Check out the SOLVI tab for test releases and our post-tournament survey. We hope you'll join us again at SOLVI in the future!
On Saturday, December 12, Clark Science Olympiad's two teams ranked 4th and 9th among Washington state's best teams (Tesla STEM, Camas, Bothell). We placed in 12 events, and can't wait to get our hands on Camas' 3D-printed spinning medals. Thank you Camas Scioly for a great tournament!
On Saturday, November 14, Clark Science Olympiad competed at the University of Georgia Invitational. We took home medals in 8 events and placed 3rd overall, after the national champions at Troy and Tesla STEM, WA. Congratulations to all our competitors and medalists on a great first virtual tournament and thank you UGA for hosting!
We are excited to announce that Clark Science Olympiad will be hosting the 2nd Science Olympiad Las Vegas Invitational (SOLVI). SOLVI will take place on Saturday, December 19, 2020, under the virtual MiniSO model.
Registration for SOLVI opens today, September 3, 2020, through this form. The tentative cost to attend is $50/team. Updates will be posted here on clarkscienceolympiad.com in the coming months