Regional Champions!

New Albany High School won 1st place in the Division C regional tournament this past weekend with an incredible score of just 63 points!

New Albany High School Science Olympiad Regional WinOut of 23 events they won 7 First Place finishes, and 4 2nd place finishes going up against strong competitors from Dublin Jerome, Lancaster, Worthington Killborne and 17 other central Ohio High Schools. New Albany’s 2nd High School team ranked 6th.

New Albany Middle School Regionals 2014The New Albany Middle School team ranked 3rd beat by just 2 points for second place. Wins included a record score in boomilever which resulted in a first place finish in that event as well as 7 2nd place finishes and 4 3rd place finishes.

Both the High School and Middle School advance to the State Science Olympiad Tournament on April 26.

2014 New Albany Science Olympiad Invitational

New Albany Science Olympiad Award Presentation

Our 2014 Science Olympiad Invitational was a big success! We want to thank all the teams, coaches, event supervisors and volunteers that helped us to pull off this event.

We hosted 1400 students from 91 schools covering both Division B & C.  With about 3000 people on our learning campus our Invitational is the largest non-sports even hosted by our district!

Check out ThisWeek’s coverage prior to the event.

The date for our 2015 Invitational is set for Feb, 21, 2015. We’re look forward to seeing you then!

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Registration Open for 2014 New Albany Invitational

Registration is open for our 2014 Science Olympiad Invitational.

On February 22, 2014 New Albany Middle and High Schools will host our third annual Science Olympiad Invitational.

To register your school/team visit our registration page.

High School General Meeting

Our HS teams general meeting for SciOly is August 28th at 2:45pm Room G101.  Make sure you have filled out the Google Survey prior to attending.

New Albany Science Olympiad Senior Max Yudovich Featured In Columbus Monthly

Max Yudovich 2013New Albany Senior and Science Olympiad all star Max Yudovich was recently one of four students from central Ohio featured in Columbus Monthly.

We are extremely proud of what Max has accomplish here in New Albany and for our SciOly team.

You can read the full article below.

Max Yudovich Columbus Monthly Article

Central Ohio Science Olympiad Regionals – March 16

4 New Albany teams from both HS and MS divisions will be competing int he Central Ohio Science Olympiad Regional Tournament on Saturday March 16, 2013.

Top teams from each regional tournament will continue on to the State Tournament held ar OSU main campus in April.

We wish our teams good luck at they strive to better the record from last year.

Support Science Olympiad at Max & Ermas (March 18,19)

Support SciOly at Max & ErmsMuch of the funding we need to run our New Albany Science Olympiad teams comes from the donations of parents and participation in fundraisers. These funds help pay for building supplies, lab supplies, educational resources and more.

On March 18 and 19, Max & Ermas (Hamilton Road, Gahanna) will be hosting a Foundation For Academic Excellence night. The Foundation is our non-profit support group that handles our donations. On Foundation night 20% of proceeds from ticket holders will go directly toward programs like Science Olympiad.

Help support our program by sharing the couplons below with your family and friends.

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2013 New Albany Science Olympiad Invitational A Huge Success

A big thank you goes out to all the teams that participated in this years New Albany Invitational!

We had over 60 teams participate between B & C divisions – competing in 23 events per division.

A big thanks to the over 130 volunteers, coaches, and district staff for helping us pull off this event successfully.

We’re planning our 3rd annual Invitational for Feb. 2014… stay tuned!


New Albany Competes At Solon Invitational Feb. 2

solon-ms4 New Albany Science Olympiad Teams from both Division B  and C will compete this weekend at the Solon Invitational in Solon, Ohio (Cleveland).

Solon has the most successful Science Olympiad team in the nation having won the National tournament multiple times. Competing at Solon is a challenge for us as we leave our school before 5 am to compete at our first events around 8 am. Lack of sleep and travel fatigue make for an interesting mix with the adrenalin and excitement of competing against top teams in Ohio and surrounding states.

Good luck to our teams and our competitors.