CA/HI Science Fairs

Science Fair Events

14S91 | May 10, 2018 | Azusa | Azusa Pacific University 

14N91 | March 2, 2018 | Sacramento | Capital Christian School

14H91 | April 20, 2018 | Aiea | Calvary Chapel Christian School

To register for the ACSI Science Fair, please complete the CA/HI Student Activities Registration process. All questions may be directed to the CA/HI Student Activities office by calling 714.256.1287 or e-mailing the Student Activities Coordinator

Science Fair Resources

All Student Activities resources are password protected. The password is given to the school coordinator once registration has been confirmed by the Student Activities Coordinator. 

Science Fair Coordinator Handbook 

Science Fair Chairperson Handbook - Coming Soon

Science Fair Participation Fee Form

Azusa, CA | Science Fair Information

The ACSI Science Fair (Grades 6-12) is designed for schools that conduct their own preliminary Science Fair, sending their top projects to the ACSI event.

Student project exhibits show original research and creativity of a science problem with supporting data in one of two divisions: Life Science or Physical Science. Grades 6-12 must be Experimental projects. Each project must include an experiment with hypothesis and scriptural integration. Projects may be done as an individual or as a team (maximum of three team members). The Coordinator's Handbook provides complete details on the specific requirements that must be met by each entry.

The maximum number of entrants for Grades 6-8 is three (3) projects per grade level per category. The maximum number of entrants for Grades 9-12 is five (5) projects per grade level per category. All entrants will receive a written evaluation and a rosette indicating the judging results-Superior, Excellent, Good. Gold, Silver, and Bronze medals are awarded to students who place 1st, 2nd, and 3rd in each Project Division in each grade level category.

Fees

School Fee: $65 by October 31 ($85 thereafter)

Student Participation Fee: $28 per student if submitted by the Chairperson's deadline ($33 thereafter)

Sacramento, CA and Aiea, HI | Science Fair Information

The ACSI Science Fair (Grades 4–12) is designed for schools that conduct their own preliminary Science Fair, sending their top projects to the ACSI event.

Student project exhibits show original research and creativity of a science problem with supporting data in one of two divisions: Life Science or Physical Science. Grades 4–6 may be Experimental or Non-experimental. Grades 7–12 must be Experimental projects. Each project must include an experiment with hypothesis and scriptural integration. Projects may be done as an individual or as a team (maximum of three team members). The Coordinator's Handbook provides complete details on the specific requirements that must be met by each entry.

The maximum number of entrants for Grades 4–8 is three (3) projects per grade level per category. The maximum number of entrants for Grades 9–12 is five (5) projects per grade level per category. All entrants will receive a written evaluation and a rosette indicating the judging results-Superior, Excellent, Good. Gold, Silver, and Bronze medals are awarded to students who place 1st, 2nd, and 3rd in each Project Division in each grade level category.

Fees

School Fee: $65 by October 31 ($85 thereafter)

Student Participation Fee: $11 per student if submitted by the Chairperson's deadline ($16 thereafter)