Science Olympiad National Tournament Updates
Congratulations to our New Jersey teams for their excellent results at the 2022 Science Olympiad National Tournament
Thomas Grover MS of West Windsor competed in their first National Tournament!
Food Science - 6th Place
Overall Team Result - 36th Place
Montgomery HS competed in their 10th National Tournament!
Bridge - 3rd Place
Chem Lab - 1st Place
It's About Time - 3rd Place
WiFi Lab - 4th Place
Write It - Do It - 5th Place
Write It - CAD It - 5th Place (trial event)
Overall Team Result - 12th Place
Visit https://www.soinc.org/2022-national-tournament for the full tournament results
Congratuations to Jason Sullivan of Montgomery HS for winning a 2022 Coaching Excellence Award
Congratulations to our New Jersey Champions
Division B: Thomas Grover MS
Division C: Montgomery HS
These schools will represent New Jersey at the Science Olympiad National Tournament! Good luck!
Congratulations to every competitor and coach that participated in year's tournament! Your hard work was simply amazing.
Complete tournament results are available
2022 New Jersey Science Olympiad Tournaments
New Jersey State Finals Tournament - Hosted virtually on scilympiad.com/nj - March 22-24, 2022 (evenings)
Science Olympiad National Tournament - Hosted virtually by California Institute of Technology - May 14, 2022
Science Olympiad Invitational Tournaments (not operated by NJSO)
The members of the NJ Science Olympiad Steering Committee extend our sincerest thanks to all event officials and volunteers who will share their time, expertise and love of science with the students by supervising or assisting with events for our 2022 Virtual State Finals Tournament as well to Middlesex County College for hosting the 2020 State Finals Tournaments, and Camden County College, New Jersey Institute of Technology and Union County College for hosting 2020 regional tournaments. We appreciate your generous hospitality and support of New Jersey Science Olympiad and look forward to working with all of you and to returning to your campuses soon. This program could not exist without each and every one of you.