GH Science Olympiad teams advance to state

Three Grand Haven Science Olympiad teams are advancing to a state level competition.
Becky Vargo
Mar 26, 2013

 

Grand Haven High School placed first in the high school division while Lakeshore Middle School placed second and White Pines placed third in the middle school division during the Michigan Region 12 Science Olympiad tournament on Saturday, March 23 at Grand Valley State University.

The three teams will compete during the Michigan Science Olympiad state tournament on Saturday, April 27 at Michigan State University.

Schools from the middle school Division “B” heading to the state level are Plymouth Christian Middle School, Lakeshore Middle School, White Pines Middle School, Grandville Middle School, Harbor Lights Middle School, Jenison Junior High School, East Grand Rapids Middle School, Macatawa Bay Middle School, Allendale Middle School, Chandler Woods Charter School and an alternate team from Northern Hills Middle School.

Schools from the high school Division “C” moving to the state competition are Grand Haven High School, Plymouth Christian High School, Grand Rapids Christian High School, West Ottawa High School, Forest Hills Central High School, Grandville High School, and an alternate team from Allendale High School.

Do you have more pictures of the regional Science Olympiad? We'd love to feature them. Send them to cwelch@grandhaventribune.com with captions of who's in the photo from left to right, top to bottom. Thanks!

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Comments

jvanabbema

Congratulations to everyone who participated! Wish there were more specifics in this article, though! Do you realize how often this is? 44 middle school teams in the Region and we take second and third, and we WIN for High School? Details please!

imho

I would have really loved to see the details printed. Sports details are always printed with names. Why not here?

jvanabbema

Exactly! There are numerous families, teachers, coaches and students involved in Science Olympiad, and our community has become known for doing well in these competitions. Let's embrace it, Tribune!

 

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