The Final Round of the Fair Will Be Held in the Falcon Center
Qualification to participate in the regional fair will be strictly enforced.
It is very important that students select the appropriate category for their projects. The projects must be in one of the following areas:
Science Fair Guides, categories, requirements, and forms are specific to programmatic levels. The Science Fair Guides listed below contain documents and links to resources that meet the needs of most participants. Depending on the programmatic level and the topic chosen by the students, additional forms and guidance may be needed from the ISEF Guidelines for Science and Engineering Fairs 2021-2022 document.
*Scores of all projects are kept confidential. No scores will be released following the event*
PLEASE NOTE: Only projects that win in their respective divisions are permitted to enter the regional fair. One project in each category, per grade division, per county or approved organization permitted.
We do not allow any animals or cultures to be a part of the project display. If your research plans to use human participants, vertebrate animals, potentially hazardous biological agents, or hazardous chemicals, activities, devices, please visit INTEL ISEF rules site to determine if you need to submit additional forms or receive approval of your research by our review committee before beginning research.
Projects may be individual or team. The judges are looking for creative ability, scientific thought/engineering goals, thoroughness, skill, and clarity. For more information on judging criteria, please follow the link listed above.
Congratulations to our 2022 fair winners!
Congratulations to our 2019 fair winners!
Congratulations to our 2018 fair winners!