This is the 15th first place finish in the last 18 years of their 27-year history of participating in Science Olympiad, according to Coach Mike Reed.
The 30th annual Michigan Science Olympiad tournament was held at Michigan State University on Saturday. There were 48 high school teams and 48 middle school teams competing in the tournament.
Grand Haven High School will now move on to compete in the National Science Olympiad tournament for the 22nd year in a row. The national tournament will be held at the University of Central Florida, Orlando, on Saturday, May 19.Lakeshore Middle School finished in second place and White Pines Middle School finished in third place in the Middle School Division. Lakeshore Middle School will also move on to compete in the national tournament in Orlando on May 19.