College Station High School competed in the Lone Star College - CyFair Regional and placed sixth out of 14 teams.
In all, students from AMCHS and CSHS earned medals for placing in the top 3 in 15 total events.
The Texas Science Olympiad tournament is a rigorous academic interscholastic competition that consists of a series of individual and team events, which follow the format of popular board games, TV shows, and athletic games.
These challenging and motivational events are well balanced between the various science and engineering disciplines of biology, earth science, chemistry, physics, computers, and technology, as well as a balance between events requiring knowledge of facts, concepts, processes, skills, and science applications.
Lone Star College - University Park results:
- Air Trajectory - 3rd place - Benjamin Belov and Tian-Shu Huang
- Astronomy - 1st place - Shiva Saravanan and Riva Salzman
- Cell Biology - 3rd place - Yusha Sun and Sujay Shankar
- Chemistry Lab - 1st place - Yusha Sun and Shlok Mohanty
- Dynamic Planet - 1st place - Brandon Zhao and David Wu
- Fermi Questions - 3rd place - Irene Hsieh and Tian-Shu Huang
- Fossils - 1st place - Shiva Saravanan and Tian-Shu Huang
- Game On - 3rd place - Ann Yue and Selena Li
- Geologic Mapping - 2nd place - Brandon Zhao and David Wu
- Science Word - 3rd place - Brandon Zhao and Yusha Sun
- We've Got Your Number - 2nd place - Brandon Zhao and Tian-Shu Huang
- Write It, Do It - 3rd place - Ann Yue and Albert Li
Lone Star College - CyFair results:
- Anatomy & Physiology - 2nd Place - Merusha Mukherjee and Grace Kim
- Cell Biology - 3rd Place - Jason Tan and Tony Li
- Write It, Do It - 2nd Place - Sarah Yao and Judy Zhou
The AMCHS Science Olympiad team is coached by John Tollett and Michelle Jedlicka, while the CSHS team is coached by Darren Siebert.