The FRHS Science Olympiad teams compete in 23 events requiring skills in biology, chemistry, earth science, engineering, mathematics, physics, and general scientific procedure.  Teams are composed of up to 15 students, each individual preparing for and competing in several events.  

Our club strives to be competitive with the other outstanding teams in Colorado, while upholding the R.I.D.G.E. characteristics: Respect, Integrity, Determination, Gratitude & Excellence.

For more information about FRHS Science Olympiad contact Melissa Vigil.

National Tournament 2019 at Cornell University
30th place in division C

National Tournament 2018 at Colorado State University
21st place overall in division C
Rocks and Minerals (Gracie Finnegan & Catherine Zhang) : 6th Place
Write it Do it (Chelsea Wang & Karina Tertel): 3rd place
Mousetrap Vehicle (Kyle Schmer & Trevor Long ): 1st place

National Tournament 2017 at Wright State University
24th place overall in division C
Rocks and Minerals (Gracie Finnegan & Catherine Zhang) : 2nd place
Write it Do it (Chelsea Wang & Karina Tertel): 3rd place
Ecology (Chelsea Wang & Kaley Kearns): 4th place


National Tournament 2016 at University of Wisconsin-Stout
17th place overall in division C
DuPont Team Enterprise Award for breakthrough performance at the national competition
Electric Vehicle (Kyle Schmer & Trevor Long): 5th place
Experimental Design (Kristine Johnson, Alexa Smith, & Natalie Spencer): 5th place

National Tournament 2014 at University of Central Florida
37th place overall in division C