Event Winners

2015 Winners

CDC congratulates the 2015 National Science Olympiad Disease Detectives Event Winners:

  • Centerville High School (Ohio)
  • Daniel Wright Junior High School (Illinois)

Past Winners

National High School Science Olympiad Disease Detectives Event Winners, 1st through 3rd place: 2000-2012

CDC invites the gold medal (first place) winners of the National High School Science Olympiad Disease Detectives Event competition to visit its headquarters in Atlanta and meet with CDC scientists and researchers.

High School – Division C

2015 – Host: University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Nebraska

  • 1st – Centerville High School – OH
  • 2nd – Adlai E. Stevenson High School – IL
  • 3rd – Munster High School – IN

2014 – Host: University of Central Florida, Florida

  • 1st – Centerville High School – OH
  • 2nd – Troy High School – CA
  • 3rd – Penncrest High School – PA

2013 – Host: Wright State University, Ohio

  • 1st – Camas High School – WA
  • 2nd – Seven Lakes High School – TX
  • 3rd – Centerville High School – OH

2012 – Host: University of Central Florida, Florida

  • 1st – Solon High School – OH
  • 2nd – Troy High School – CA
  • 3rd – Grand Haven High School – MI

2011 – Host: University of Wisconsin-Madison, Wisconsin

  • 1st – Solon High School – OH
  • 2nd – Centerville High School – OH
  • 3rd – West Windsor Plainsboro High School South – NJ

2010 – Host: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Illinois

  • 1st – Bloomington High School South – IN
  • 2nd – Liberal Arts and Science Academy – TX
  • 3rd – Mira Loma High School – CA

2009 – Host: Augusta State University, Georgia

  • 1st – Troy High School – CA
  • 2nd – Ames High School – IA
  • 3rd – Ward Melville High School – NY

2008 – Host: The George Washington University, Washington DC

  • 1st – Bloomington High School North – IN
  • 2nd – Grand Haven High School – MI
  • 3rd – Duluth High School – GA

2007 – Host: Wichita State University, Kansas

  • 1st – Fayetteville-Manlius High School – NY
  • 2nd – Parkview High School – GA
  • 3rd – Grand Haven High School – MI

2006 – Host: Indiana University, Indiana

  • 1st – Mira Loma High School – CA
  • 2nd – Acton-Boxborough Regional High School – MA
  • 3rd – Harriton High School – PA

2005 – Host: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Illinois

  • 1st – Ward Melville HS – NY
  • 2nd – Grand Haven HS – MI
  • 3rd – Parkview High School – GA

2004 – Host: Juniata College, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania

  • 1st – Westminster School – GA
  • 2nd – Troy High School – CA
  • 3rd – Fayetteville-Manlius High School – NY

2003 – Host: Columbus, Ohio

  • 1st – Grand Haven High School – MI
  • 2nd – New Trier High School – IL
  • 3rd – Pembroke Hill High School – MO

2002 – Host: Newark, Delaware

  • 1st – Harriton High School – PA
  • 2nd – Prairie High School – WA
  • 3rd – Lexington High School – MA

2001 – Host: Colorado Springs, Colorado

  • 1st – Troy High School – CA
  • 2nd – Harriton High School – PA
  • 3rd – Fayette-Manlius High School – NY

2000 – Host: Spokane, Washington

  • 1st – Yankton High School – SD
  • 2nd – Lincoln Southeast High School – NE
  • 3rd – Stanwood High School – WA

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National Middle School Science Olympiad Disease Detectives Event Winners, 1st through 3rd place: 2005-2012

Middle School – Division B

2015 – Host: University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Nebraska

  • 1st – Daniel Wright Junior High School – IL
  • 2nd – Chippewa Middle School – MN
  • 3rd – Meads Mill Middle School – MI

2014 – Host: University of Central Florida, Florida

  • 1st – Paul Gelinas Junior High School – NY
  • 2nd – Community Middle School – NJ
  • 3rd – Magsig Middle School – OH

2013 – Host: Wright State University, Ohio

  • 1st – Daniel Wright Junior High School, IL
  • 2nd – Muscatel Middle School – CA
  • 3rd – Dodgen Middle School – GA

2012 – Host: University of Central Florida, Florida

  • 1st – Solon Middle School – OH
  • 2nd – Marie Murphy Middle School – IL
  • 3rd – J C Booth Middle School – GA

2011 – Host: University of Wisconsin- Madison, Wisconsin

  • 1st – Solon Middle School – OH
  • 2nd – Marie Murphy Middle School – IL
  • 3rd – J C Booth Middle School – GA

2010 – Host: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Illinois

  • 1st – Community Middle School – NJ
  • 2nd – Longfellow Middle School – VA
  • 3rd – Solon Middle School – OH

2009 – Host: Augusta State University, Georgia

  • 1st – Longfellow Middle School – VA
  • 2nd – Davidson IB Middle School – NC
  • 3rd – Stanley Clark School – IN

2008 – Host: The George Washington University, Washington, DC

  • 1st – Solon Middle School – OH
  • 2nd – Davidson International Baccalaureate Middle School – NC
  • 3rd – PA Sewickley Academy – PA

2007 – Host: Wichita State University, Kansas

  • 1st – Paul J. Gelinas Junior High School – NY
  • 2nd – West Windsor-Plainsboro Community Middle School – NJ
  • 3rd – JC Booth Middle School – GA

2006 – Host: Indiana University, Indiana

  • 1st – Community Middle School – NJ
  • 2nd – White Pines Middle School – MI
  • 3rd – Ames Middle School – IA

2005 – Host: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Illinois

  • 1st – W Windsor Plainsboro CMS – NJ
  • 2nd – Gulf Breeze Middle School – FL
  • 3rd – Kealing Middle School – TX

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The 2015 National Science Olympiad Disease Detectives Event top 5 winning teams receive their awards presented by CDC’s Captain Diana Bensyl.
The 2015 National Science Olympiad Disease Detectives Event top 5 winning teams receive their awards presented by CDC’s Captain Diana Bensyl.
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The 2015 National Science Olympiad Disease Detectives Event top 5 winning teams receive their awards presented by CDC’s Captain Diana Bensyl.
The 2015 National Science Olympiad Disease Detectives Event top 5 winning teams receive their awards presented by CDC’s Captain Diana Bensyl.