Stonehill International School
The Most Memorable Science Event of the Year
The Stonehill Science Bowl has been held annually since 2018 at the Stonehill International School. It has been a student-driven and led initiative since 2018 and has evolved into Stonehill’s most prestigious science event of the year. This event makes the practical sciences available to students from around the world. This year the Stonehill Science Bowl Senior (G9 - G12) will be online on 1st November. The Stonehill Science Bowl Junior (G6 - G8) will be held on campus on the 2nd of November!
We are so excited for the Modern problems require Modern solutions round! As mentioned before, the MPRMS (Modern Problems Require Modern Solutions) round is a compelling challenge where you'll tackle real-world problems using your scientific and mathematical prowess.
MPRMS is all about looking for fresh and unique ideas to tackle problems.
Here is a video prepared by our team to help you understand the process!
Here are the slides with all the additional information.
Please note that the final statement/prompt will be released at the start of the lunch break.
Please do reach out if you have any questions.
Thank you and best regards,
Science Bowl Team
For Grades 9 -12, the Science Bowl will be international. It is for students from across the globe. Due to this, the event will be held online via zoom. It will be held on the 1st November, a public holiday in Karnataka (Karnataka Day-Kannada Rajyotsava) from 11:00 - 16:00. We are confident that we offer the best cash prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place in this competition.
Zoom link for Senior Science Bowl : 1 Nov, 10:45 - 16:30.
Emergency questions and queries:
WhatsApp messengers only 9742408624 to Ms Shelley, Head of Science department, Stonehill international School.
High School ScienceBowl - Wednesday 1 November - See the website on Monday 30 Nov, for an important Modern Problems Require Modern Solutions update and clues to research for that round!
The students taking part in the Science Bowl are recommended to study before the event on topics like General Knowledge, formulas, elements, rules, and the environment. Make sure to communicate with your team (or yourself) to prep and make a study-schedule for the event. When the event starts, know the strengths and weaknesses of your team members and work together to think of ways to take advantage of your strengths to have the best chance at winning.
To ensure that all students in the event have the best experience, the students have to abide by a set of rules and regulations shared with you via email. For the rest, just explore, attempt, and have fun.
If more than 3 teams from a school sign up for one of the competitions, we will request the school to run a preliminary elimination round to select their top 3 teams.