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    Mat-Su Career & Technical High School
    Congratulations to the Mat-Su Career and Technical High School Science Olympiad Competitors!
    2019 Alaska State Division C Champions! 
     

     

    What is Science Olympiad?

      
    Science Olympiad is a STEM event.  Specifically it is a series of events where students work alone or with partners to master a subject area or construct some science machine to complete a task. The 2020 Alaska State Science Olympiad Meet was held on March  TBD at TBD.  
     
     
    2019-2020
     
    *State Competition date:  April 4th, 2020 at Teeland Middle School
     
    We will be holding our Practices on TUESDAYS  We will meet from 2:00pm - 3:30pm
     
    We will start holding practices starting on Oct. 15th.
     
    2019-2020 Rules are available!  Students get them from Google Classroom (see below).  Parents get them here https://store.soinc.org/us/page/manuals?resetallfilter=1 
     
    Students Start Here Google Classroom code is 25nm36e for this page.  This is the same page as last year.  Enroll if you are new to CTHS or Science Olympiad.
     

    Past Competitions-
     
     
    Congratulations to the Mat-Su Career and Technical High School Science Olympiad Competitors!
    2019 Alaska State Division C Champions and Spirit Award Winners!
     
    Congratulations to Mat-Su Career and Technical High School for winning the competition! Our team  represented the state of Alaska well as it competed at the national competition at Cornell University against 60 high schools from across the country.  Special congratulations to N. Brubaker and M. Coombs for taking 4th place in the boomilever competition.
     
     
    Thank You to our 2019 Sponsors :
      
         Stinebaugh and Company
         Diversified Tire
         Luff Orthodontics
         Mat Su Home Builders Assocation
         Wolf Eye Center
         Sweetie Pie Fried Pies LLC
         Taylor Fire Protection
         Richard & Carolyn Hyce
         Susan Worledge
         1023 Diesel and Fleet
         Jill M Besse
         Denali Fur and Leather
         Vannoy Electric
         Robert Yundt Homes
         
             
    2018 CTHS State Champions
     
     
     
     
     

    2017 CTHS State Champions and Spirit Award Winners

     
     
     CTHS State Champs
     
     
    2016 Competition  
    CTHS 2016 Alaska State Champs 
    state champs  
     2016 Division C Spirit Award Winners
    spirit award  
    May 20th-21st, 2016 National Science Olympiad @ University of Wisconsin, Stout, Menomonie, Wisconsin
     national team
     
    2016 CTHS placed 41st at Nationals 
     
    robot arm     air trajectory    relax time
     
      
    Top Performers:
     

    Ian French, Joshuah Taylor - 12th Mystery Design

    Ema Fiedler, Neal Alcina - 17th Game On

    David Dombroski, Joshua Bryant - 22nd Air Trajectory

    Sarah Montalbano, Neal Alcina, Leah Wyzykowski - 24th Experimental Design

    Leah Wyzykowski, Neal Alcina - 25th Green Generation

    Lucas Arthur, Jacob Cucinello - 25th Code Busters

     
     
     
     
     


          


     



       


          


             
     


    2015 Nationals
     University of Lincoln, Lincoln, Nebraska
     
    national 1  
     
    CTHS finished a career best at 41st overall
    Team of  Sarah M. and Ariel H. finished 8th in Disease Detectives 
     
    national so team 1          national scio team 1
     
    scrambler  
    Ryan and Edward places 30th in Scrambler 
     
    2015 Alaska State Champions
     
    state champs  
     
    2015 Spirit Award
     
    spirit award  
     
     
    Past Team Results:
     
                                                    2016 - State Champions    2015 - State Champions     2014 - State Champions   2013 - State Champions
                                                    2012 - Second Place          2011 - State Champions     2010 - Third Place             2009 - Second Place
     
     
     
     
    More information can be found at
     
     
     
     
     

     

Last Modified on September 16, 2019