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BPA Regional Science Bowl 2015
Westview Team 1 of Portland wins BPA Regional Science Bowl

Some 70 teams throughout western Washington and Oregon competed for a chance to go to the National Science Bowl Read more

Stoller emerges undefeated at BPA's Middle School Science Bowl

More than 300 students from western Washington and Oregon competed Saturday at the University of Portland. Read more


2015 SciClips Winners and Highlights (BPA Regional Science Bowl)
For the second year in a row, BPA invited Science Bowl teams to produce short videos that showcase their science acumen and creativity. Congratulations to the contest winning teams from Boring Middle School, David Douglas High School, Exploring Post 311 Club, Kings Way Christian School, Mt. Tabor Middle School, North Bend High School, Pierce County Homeschool, Shahala Middle School, St. Mary’s Academy and Valley Catholic Middle School.
 
The SciClips video contest was sponsored by Google. Winning teams received a $200 gift certificate for their sponsoring school’s science program. Enjoy this year’s winning videos and some highlights.

​The BPA Regional Science Bowl is a fast-paced academic bowl that tests student knowledge in all aspects of science:  math, geology, chemistry, physics, environmental science and more. The competition is round-robin style and lasts all day (7 a.m. – late afternoon) on the campus of the University of Portland.  The event includes an afternoon engineering competition for student teams that do not advance into the afternoon final rounds.
Middle schools from counties in western and central Oregon and Washington State west of the Cascades, and high schools in counties in western and central Oregon, southwest Washington and the Olympic Peninsula, are eligible to compete in the BPA Regional Science Bowl. Registration is free, and lunch and snacks are provided. All competitors receive commemorative prizes, and the winner gets an all-expenses paid trip to Washington D.C. to compete in the national finals sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy.
 

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