The Solon High and Middle School teams earned the right to move on to nationals at Wright State University May 17 and 18 to defend their national championships.
Monday, April 29, 2013
Monday, April 22, 2013
Solon’'s two national champion Science Olympiad teams were honored Monday by President Barack Obama at the third annual White House Science Fair
Solon’s two national champion Science Olympiad teams were honored Monday by President Barack Obama at the third annual White House Science Fair. The event highlighted the achievements of student winners from major national science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) competitions. At least one of Solon’s Science Olympiad teams has been invited to each of the White House Science Fairs. Traveling to Washington for today’s event are Solon High School senior Stephanie Zhu and freshman Achuth Nair. Stephanie is representing the SHS team and Achuth is representing the SMS team. The students are accompanied by Science Olympiad advisers and Solon science teachers Donna Ross and Drew Kirian. Solon’s Science Olympiad teams made history in spring…
Tuesday, June 12, 2012
Solon School officials held a reception Monday to honor the national champion Science Olympiad teams from Solon High and Solon Middle School.
Solon Schools paid tribute to its national champion Science Olympiad teams, giving the seniors a fitting sendoff and challenging the younger students to continue excelling. The teams from the Solon High School and Solon Middle School each won the national championship this year, the latest in a string of victories that is turning Solon's Science Olympiad program into a dynasty. It's the fifth consecutive national championship for the middle school team and the second in a row for the high school squad. "You bring national honors to our school district," said Superintendent Joe Regano. "We are so very proud of each of you." Middle School Coach Drew Kirian and High School Coach Donna Ross will both be retiring after next season. They both …
Monday, June 11, 2012
The Solon School Board will hold a reception for the national champion science olympiad teams at 6 p.m. tonight at the high school.
Solon Schools will honor their national champions tonight. A special reception to honor the Solon High and Middle School Science Olympiad Teams is scheduled at 6 p.m. tonight in the senior commons at Solon High School. The Solon High School and Solon Middle School Science Olympiad Teams won the national championships in May, successfully defending their championships from last season. It's the Middle School team's fifth consecutive win, and only the second time in the last few decades that school's from the same city won both championships. The last time, of course, was Solon's wins last year. Science Olympiad is considered the premiere science-based competitions in the world, with more than 6,400 teams competing this year. The Solon teams…
Monday, May 21, 2012
Seniors on the Solon High School Science Olympiad team missed their prom, but they finished their high school careers as back-to-back national champions.
The Seniors on the Solon High School Science Olympiad teams had to miss their Prom, but that didn't stop them from celebrating. The seniors dressed up in formal wear -- with the guys sporting stylish pink ties -- and posed for pictures. And according to the Plain Dealer, a team member's mother made corsages and boutonnieres for the seniors on the team. We'd like to take a moment to recognize those seniors who have worked so hard, and given up their Prom, and used their talents to excel at the highest level. Congrats!
The Solon Middle School won the Science Olympiad National Championship. See who won which events.
Editor's Note: The information in this article was provided by Solon Schools. The Solon Middle School Science Olympiad team successfully defended their national title last Saturday at the National Science Olympiad tournament at the University of Central Florida in Orlando. The team completed their fourth undefeated season in a row with a victory by 62 points over second place Marie Murphy out of the Chicago area. Winning their events were: Second place was awarded: Winning third place were: Placing fourth was Chris Guo & Emily Wang in Awesome Aquifer; placing fifth was Lois Wu & Grace Xu in Food Science; and placing sixth were Dorothy Chan & David Geng in Bottle Rockets. Outstanding job team!
The Science Olympiad Teams for Solon High School and Solon Middle School repeated as national champions.
It's a historic win, again. The Solon High School and Solon Middle School Science Olympiad Teams won the national championships this weekend, defending their championships from last season. It's the Middle School team's fifth consecutive win, and only the second time in the last few decades that school's from the same city won both championships. The last time, of course, was Solon's wins last year. The national championship tournament was held at the University of Central Florida. Science Olympiad is considered the premiere science-based competitions in the world, with more than 6,400 teams competing this year. The Solon teams also won the state championship a few weeks ago. Check out the scoring summaries attached to this story for more …
Wednesday, May 2, 2012
Congrats to the Solon High School and and Solon Middle School, who won the state Science Olympiad championships last weekend.
The Solon High School and Middle School Science Olympiad won this state championships last weekend. The teams were defending their national and state championships from last year. The middle school team took first place in eight of 25 events, including anatomy and physiology, remote sensing and robot arm. The team had a score of 68 (the lower the better in science olympiad). The high school team also won eight of 25 events, and collected a score of 68 as well. Congrats to the teams! LINKS TO PREVIOUS SCIENCE OLYMPIAD STORIES:
Tuesday, February 7, 2012
Four Solon students were honored today and got to meet President Barack Obama at the White House Science Fair on Tuesday.
Wednesday, June 8, 2011
The city of Solon honored the championship-winning middle school and high school teams on Monday