Event Information

Welcome to the 2018 Science Olympiad.   The official list of competitive events has been announced!  See also the new  Code of Ethics & General Rules.

There are many resources available to help your event teams prepare.  A good place to start is the National Science Olympiad website, for either Division B events (Middle School) or Division C events (High School).  Don’t forget to check out the student-run Science Olympiad wiki.  Links to these and other valuable resources are in the footer below.

Michigan Science Olympiad will post additional event specific material here as it becomes available:


Scrambler (Div B) – Event Preparation
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5-zp-1uIMe8


Source Code – 2018 Michigan B/C Event
Developed by Michigan Science Olympiad, Source Code is a programming event that challenges students to solve problems by reading and writing code. This is an excellent opportunity for students to explore the vast field of computer science and learn skills that are currently used in many technology related industries.

This event will be run as a SCORED (Not Trial) event at the 2018 Michigan State Science Olympiad Tournament. Contact your regional director or invitational organizer to inquire if this event will be run at a specific tournament. (Michigan Science Olympiad ran this trial event at the 2016 and 2017 State Tournaments and select 2016 and 2017 Regional Tournaments.)

2018 Source Code rules are available for download below. A sample test with answers is also linked in a zip file. Additional Resources will be posted as well when available.

Rules
Source Code Event Rules 2018 
(.pdf)

Resources

Sample Source Code Test and Answers (.zip)