NW Science Fair—Seattle, WA

April 28, 2017
TBD


Host site needed for this event in the Seattle area.  Email NW Student Activities Coordinator  for more information.

Science Fair: 
ACSI Science Fair exists to encourage Christian young people to apply creativity and critical thought to solving science, engineering, and mathematical problems, while motivating students toward further pursuit of scientific knowledge and understanding of the steps involved in the scientific method. Schools conduct a preliminary science fair and then exhibit their top projects that demonstrate scientific principles or reveal research and supporting data directed toward a science problem. This event is available to grades 1-12 and is not a competition as students are rated against a judging form, not against each other. This event is a full-day event held in late spring. 


Fees:
$60—School Registration Fee
$9—Per Student Participation Fee


Science Fair Handbooks & Resources





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