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Grant School Science Olympiad mission: Learn by doing and teach by sharing lead to career building and community growth through science inquiry, application and problem solving.
Grant K-8 School is a public school. Grant middle school students voluntarily participate in the San Diego Regional Science Olympiad, in middle school Division B for grades 5 through 9. These ambitious, hard-working students aim to benefit from teamwork, mentorship and problem solving through fun and rigorous preparation for an annual competition among peers on teams throughout San Diego County. The Science Olympiad is a national science competition, entering its 35th year in its current format, for the 2018-2019 season.
Coaches for building events, lab events, test events - or a combination of these - far enhance the experience for Science Olympiad Division B competitors. The 2019 Science Olympiad in the San Diego region is scheduled for Saturday, February 9, at Carlsbad High School. Volunteer application and clearance, including LiveScan fingerprinting, with the San Diego Unified School District are required for coaches. Get in touch to apply now!
Coaches are needed in all areas. Teams will prepare, starting soon and continuing throughout 4-5 months leading up to the February competition. Students prepare with their coaches an average of 1-2 hours per week, from September through the Olympiad in February. The Grant Science Olympiad program's season culminates in a post-tournament celebration which will be planned for a time during Spring's better weather.