Science Olympiad

Welcome to our Region VII Science Olympiad!

Science Olympiad is a multi-disciplinary science competition for high-school and middle-school students from southwest Missouri. See the most recent announcements below or explore the other pages for more information about our competition.



Congratulations to everybody that participated in regionals last weekend!  We had some great participation in events, despite the power issues across campus prior to the awards ceremony.

Results have been posted on the state's website,, for coaches to view! Hop over to our Results page for instructions on how to access your team's scores!

New: Scores are now publicly available under the Region VII Score Archive section on the Results Page.

New: Medals, plaques, and trophies will be mailed out Friday, March 1st!


Crash Sites and a full Event Schedule are now online!

Registration is now closed! Final session rosters, an overall schedule, and crash sites will be posted online shortly. This is a good time to revisit the Campus Info and Tournament Day links.


For those not yet registered, the deadline for registration is two weeks prior to the tournament, Feb 9th.


Registration is now open!


The tournament date for Region VII has been set! Please put Saturday, February 23, 2019 on your calendars!

Check out the FAQ page.  I'll try to update this throughout the season.

The 2019 rules are now online! You can access them via the National Website Store, or download your division's specific rules below:


Welcome to the 2019 Olympiad season! Please be patient while the information is updated to reflect the new season.

The state coach's clinic has been scheduled for August 25th for those that wish to attend. Visit Missouri Science Olympiad for more details.

Want to contribute?

The Region VII Science Olympiad tournament operates primarily on a small donation from the College of Natural and Applied Sciences at Missouri State University.

If you would like to support the young minds in your area by contributing donations through the Missouri State University Foundation, please contact Ben Dalton for more information.