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Fort Worth Regional Texas Science Olympiad Competition

Hosted by South Campus:

  • Community Education & Engagement
  • Division of Mathematics & Natural Sciences
  • Division of Business & Technology

2021 Fort Worth Regional Competition

  • Date: Saturday, March 6
  • Ages: Students in grades 6–12

The competition will be held virtually. We are still deciding on which platform we will use and hope to make a decision by the end of October 2020.

Can my student join a team?

TCC does not have a team. We host the competition.

Local schools and organizations form teams. Check with your school.

If your school is interested in putting together a team, see Start a Team.

What is the Texas Science Olympiad?

The Texas Science Olympiad (TSO) tournament is a challenging academic competition.

Science Olympiad competitions are like academic track meets. Teams compete in a series of events in each division.

  • Division B: Grades 6–9
  • Division C: Grades 9–12

You prepare and practice during the year. Events that follow the format of popular board games, TV shows and athletic games.

The competition gives you the chance to use your skills and knowledge in these science and engineering fields:

  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Computers
  • Earth science
  • Physics
  • Technology

The events require knowledge of facts, concepts, processes, skills and science applications.

Winners of the regional competitions go on to compete in state and national Science Olympiads.

What are the events?

You will take part in a variety of fun events that involve working with your hands, but socially distanced at home or school.

2021 Events (To be released at the end of October!)

Contact

South Campus

Community Education & Engagement
Erika Zimmermann, Coordinator of Community Outreach
817-515-4598
Fax: 817-515-0551
erika.zimmermann@tccd.edu

Updated October 08, 2020