Announcing the 2016 Team Winners
Faith Christian School (Anniston) earned medals in 20 of 28 events including 4 first place finishes to win its first-ever overall team title in the 2016 Elementary Science Olympiad at Jacksonville High School on Saturday, February 20th. Clanton Intermediate (Clanton) and Kitty Stone (Jacksonville) finished in a tie for 2nd. Columbia (Madison) was 4th, follwed by Donoho (Anniston) in 5th, and Mt. Olive (Mt. Olive) in 6th in the overall team standings.
2016 Award Winners
Gold, Silver, and Bronze... The event-by-event list of over 340 individual medalists from Elementary Science Olympiad 2016 at Jacksonville High School.
Competition and Awards Ceremony Photos
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The Big Individual Winners
Two students took home 3 gold medals: Columbia's Neha Chopade and Puja Chopade. 11 other students earned 3 total medals each including Donoho's Noah George, Grant Steed, Carter Stremmel, and Emma Kate Tucker; Clanton's Malorie Frederick and Taylor Driver; Faith Christian's Thomas Curlee, Hannah Krame, Brady Patterson, and Gavin Randall; and Snow Rogers' Meredith Kinney.
Celebrating 23 Years of ESO at JHS
Jacksonville High School celebrated its 22st year of hosting Elementary Science Olympiad competitions with 33 participating teams. From just 4 schools in 1993 to over 30 registered each year since 2010, ESO's impact on education in Alabama is bigger than ever. Over 600 students participated in events in 2016 including students from Adamsville, Brighton, Bryan, Chalkville, Clanton, Clay, Columbia, Concord, Corner, Crumly Chapel, Donoho, Erwin, Excalibur Christian, Faith Christian, Fultondale, Greenwood, Gresham, Hueytown, IMSA, Irondale, Jefferson Christian, Kermit Johnson, Kitty Stone, Lipscomb, McAdory, Minor, Montgomery Catholic, Mt. Olive, Paine, Saks Middle, Snow Rogers, and West Jefferson. Thanks for helping make ESO 2016 yet another success!
Updated: February 24, 2016.