Advisor: Felicia Ledogar email@example.com
The purpose of the Science League is to provide competitions between schools in selected science areas of study. All competitions are on two levels. One level is for the students. Students within any one testing area are ranked with each other based upon their scores on 3 of the 4 exams given. Any student completing 3 of the 4 exams receives a certificate from the Science League. The top ten percent (10%) of the students receiving a certificate also receive a student plaque. Last year the League awarded approximately 240 student plaques. The plaques are presented to the students in conjunction with your school’s awards program.
The next level of competition is with teams. The students make up teams from the various schools. Each school only needs two members for each team, but as many as four may compete for each subject area. Schools may sign up for one to nine teams. Team scores which is sum of top 2 student scores are cumulative from January through April. Competition within each testing area is extremely keen. By the end of the season there can be as little as one question separating first place from second place. For each competition the results are posted on the web at http:entnet.com/~personal/njscil/html. The final team score for the season will be the sum of all four exams. Schools are ranked from #1 down to the last school. The top 10 schools (not 10%) are awarded plaques. Exceptions are those testing areas having less than 100 schools. Those testing areas will be awarded plaques for the top 5 schools.
There are 6 teams, BIO I and II, CHEM I and II, PHYSICSI and II. These teams, chosen through the various academic classes, meet once per month, after school, beginning in December and ending in April, to study for each monthly exam. Exams are administered in Miss L’s room 201 at North 2:30-3:30pm.
Dates 2019 Season
Thursday January 10, 2019 Thursday February 14, 2019
Thursday March 14, 2019 Thursday April 11, 2019