Maple Mountain High School Announcements

Maple Mountain High School Announcements for 6/17/2019

Science Olympiad Nationals Results

Science Olympiad
The MMHS Science Olympiad team just returned from the nationals competition held this year at Cornell University in New York on June 1st. There were 60 teams from all 50 states so it was the biggest competition of the year by far. Our overall team score was 46th. (The competition at nationals is crazy good!!) That being said, we did have several events that went very well:

35th in Herpetology - Kali York and Tanner Meeks
33rd in Anatomy - Josephine Schmidt and Kali York
20th in Protein Modeling - Eli Dallon, Tanner Meeks and Sydnee West (all sophomores!!)
8th in Fermi Questions - Bryson Evans and Trevor Larsen

The 8th place finish is the best event finish in Maple Mountain history and our first time ever breaking into the top 10!!

For those interested in seeing the complete breakdown, that can be found here:

Science Olympiad is a team sport where a team of 15 students competes on 23 different events ranging from tests in anatomy and epidemiology to balsa plane and bridge building and chemistry and physics labs.
There is something for everyone who loves science and pushing themselves beyond the normal high school curriculum. Check out our team website at

If you are interested in joining the Science Olympiad team next year please contact Coach Miller at so you can be notified when we hold our first meetings of the summer and school year.

Finally, a huge thank you to all our parents and sponsors who helped support the team financially and make this year possible: these include Nebo School district, the STEM action center, DoTerra, L3 Technologies, Precision Assembly and US Synthetic.

Kyle Miller


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