History

National Science Bowl has existed since 1991 with a middle school competition beginning in 2002. 

Missouri Regional Science Bowl was incorporated as a nonprofit in Missouri on October 10, 2012 by Amanda Yuen, regional coordinator.  While previously (and currently) high school students had the opportunity to participate in neighboring states' science bowls, middle school students in Missouri now have a science bowl of their own.  As a regional qualifying competition for National Science Bowl, the champion team of Missouri Regional Science Bowl will advance to National Science Bowl with all expenses paid by the Department of Energy. 

The first-ever Missouri Regional Science Bowl for middle school students was held March 2, 2013 at the St. Louis Science Center.  

2019 results:

  • Ladue 1  (1st place)

  • Ladue 2 (2nd place)

  • Crestview 1 (3rd place)

2018 results:

  • Crestview 2  (1st place)

  • Ladue 1 (2nd place)

  • Sperreng 1 (3rd place)

 

2017 results:

  • Ladue 1  (1st place) - Ladue placed in the top 4 teams competing at Nationals!

  • Crestview 1 (2nd place)

  • Wydown 1 (3rd place)

2016 results:

  • Ladue 2  (1st place) - Ladue placed in the top 8 of the 47 teams competing at Nationals!

  • Wydown (2nd place)

 

2015 results:

  • Ladue 1  (1st place)

  • Robert H Sperreng 1 (2nd place)

  • Crestview 1 (3rd place)

 

2014 results:

  • Robert H Sperreng (1st place) - Sperreng placed in the top 16 of the 46 teams competing at Nationals!

  • Ladue (2nd place)

  • Ladue (3rd place)

 

2013 results-Top 8 teams in alphabetical order:

  • Fort Zumwalt West (sportsmanship award)

  • Fredericktown

  • Kearney 2 (4th place, sportsmanship award)

  • Ladue (2nd place)

  • Maplewood Richmond Heights 1 (3rd place)

  • Robert H Sperreng (1st place) - Sperreng placed in the top 16 of the 46 teams competing at Nationals!

  • Wydown 1

  • Wydown 2

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