APEGA Science Olympics for Grades 1–12 Students

The APEGA Science Olympics are interactive, inter-school events for students in Grades 1 to 12. Science Olympians use problem solving to develop solutions to a series of challenges that demonstrate how engineering and geoscience impact our everyday lives. Challenges are related to the Alberta school curriculum, and are developed by professional engineers and geoscientists, as well as local teachers.

Looking to Join in on the Fun?

Join us at an upcoming event as a volunteer! Your expertise and passion will help inspire the next generation of engineers and geoscientists.

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APEGA is excited to present a range of partnership opportunities for your organization to support the passion and enthusiasm of our future professional engineers and geoscientists.

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Take Learning Beyond the Classroom

Ready to inspire the next generation of engineers and geoscientists? Check out the divisions below, choose your event, review the registration booklet, and register your future Science Olympians!

Division 1
Grades 1–3
Division 2
Grades 4–6
Division 3
Grades 7–9
Division 4
Grades 10–12
  • Challenge prototypes will be evaluated using the challenge rubric and given a numerical score. Upon conclusion of the event, participants' cumulative scores will be measured against set point thresholds, from which final rankings are determined. This may result in multiple participants receiving gold, silver, bronze, or no medal. Each participant will receive their rubrics and any associated feedback from the judges.

    Rubrics acknowledge the variety of ways participants can use their skills and innovative ideas to accomplish the challenges. There can be more than one exceptional way to solve a problem, and this model allows all participants to be evaluated solely on their own skills and abilities, rather than scoring being dependent on a different participant’s design, challenge prototype, or overall performance. Sharing completed rubrics and feedback from the judges following the event allows students to see where they excelled, and to identify areas of improvement for next time. 

Upcoming Events

Fairview

DateSaturday, April 27, 2024
VenueFairview High School
Participation FormatTeams of 5 students
CostFree

Registration Closed

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Red Deer

DateSaturday, May 4, 2024
VenueRed Deer Polytechnic, 100 College Blvd, Red Deer, AB, T4N 5H5
Participation FormatTeams of 5 students
CostFree
Registration DeadlineApril 26, 2024, at 11:59 p.m. MST
For additional details, see the registration booklet below or email [email protected] 

Registration Form

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Grande Prairie

DateSaturday, June 1, 2024
VenueGrande Prairie Polytechnic College
Participation FormatTeams of 5 students
CostFree
Registration DeadlineMay 17, 2024, 2024, at 11:59 p.m. MST
For additional details, see the registration booklet below or email [email protected] 

Registration Form

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Interested in how the event unfolds?

APEGA is committed to public safety and will continue to follow all provincial and municipal public health guidelines. Should public health restrictions necessitate cancellation of our in-person events, registration fees for those events will be refunded.

For more information about the APEGA Science Olympics, please contact [email protected]