Copernicus Olympiad was established in 2020 by passionate educators with international experience in education. The name Copernicus comes from a famous Polish mathematician, physicist and astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus who proposed his theory that the planets revolved around the Sun, when most people believed that Earth was the center of the Universe. Likewise, Copernicus Olympiad had Mathematics as the first competition. The second Olympiad consisted of a Natural Science, Physics and Astronomy competitions in addition to Mathematics. Currently Copernicus Olympiad offers the following disciplines: Natural Science Olympiad, Film Festival, Copernicus Entrepreneurship Olympiad (CEO) and Mathematics Olympiad. All students from 3rd grade to 12th grade can participate in the disciplines listed above. Copernicus Olympiad is growing day by day and currently has contestants from 49 countries around the Globe.