The Oklahoma Envirothon, part of an established North American program, is an exciting, fun way for students to learn about the environment and the issues facing this and future generations. Combining in-class curriculum with hands-on field experiences, the Oklahoma Envirothon will demonstrate the role we all have in important environmental issues. For more information on the North American Envirothon please visit envirothon.org.


The statewide competition will take place at the Noble Research Institute in Ardmore, Oklahoma, on Thursday, March 29, 2018.


The Oklahoma Envirothon is a team based, high school competition for students interested in science. A completed team packet must be submitted and postmarked no later than Friday, Feb. 23, 2018.


Participating in the Oklahoma Envirothon will be a catalyst to an increasing awareness and everlasting interest in environmental stewardship.

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Envirothon Sponsor

Noble Research Institute will sponsor the winners of the state competition to travel to and compete in the international competition in 2018.

noble research institute


Past Winners


2017 oklahoma envirothon winners

The Ninnekah High School team placed first at the 2017 Oklahoma Envirothon competition in Mach. Team members are (L to R): Caden Smith, Kaylee Crutchfield, Kailee Fitzpatrick, Ethan Mann and Dakota Dinsmore.


2016 oklahoma envirothon winners

The Edmond North High School team earned first place and will advance to the international competition, July 24-29 in Ontario, Canada. Members of the winning team are (front row, from left) Jessica Shepard, Elisabeth Alder, Ryan Hollands, (back row, from left) Supriya Kohli and Lilian Velasco.

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