The annual Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) Regional Science Bowl Competition tests the teamwork skills and knowledge of the region’s sharpest students using a fast-paced game show format where students try to beat the clock, and each other, to answer science-based questions.
This year’s competition will take place virtually.
The winning L.A. team will compete against more than 60 other high school regional champions from all over the country at the Department of Energy National Science Bowl in Washington DC. A total of eight teams from California will participate.
Since Los Angeles began participating in the National Science Bowl in 1993, LADWP regional championship teams have won five national titles and placed among the top five teams, 15 times.
Saturday, March 5, 2022
Members of the public, including media, are welcome to join for the welcome remarks at the start of the competition, as well as return for the awards ceremony at the end of the competition.
8 a.m. – Welcome remarks
4 p.m. – Awards Ceremony
- Cynthia McClain-Hill, President of the Board of Water and Power Commissioners
- Susana Reyes, Vice President of the Board of Water and Power Commissioners
Students and coaches of the participating high schools listening to welcome remarks via Zoom. Students and coaches returning at the end of the competition to the main Zoom space, for the awards ceremony.
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