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The Academy of Science - St. Louis Science Fair

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General Information for Parents

The Academy of Science - St. Louis Science Fair is free and open to students in Grades K-12 in the St. Louis Region (St. Louis City and St. Louis County). Students are recommended by their schools to participate in the Academy of Science - St. Louis Science Fair. In order for your child to participate in The Academy of Science -  St. Louis Science Fair, you need to:

Ensure your school is registered
Each school that will send projects to The Academy of Science -  St. Louis Science Fair must register the school. If you are not aware if your child's school is registered, please speak with your child's science teacher.

 

Work Safely
Your child must follow safety procedures while conducting their research, and the project itself must conform with Fair safety standards. SEE SAFETY PAGE FOR COMPLETE LIST OF GUIDELINES.

    1. ALL projects require a safety approval from the Fair (worth 10 points).
    2. SCAN AND UPLOAD THE SIGNED SAFETY APPROVAL FORM WITH THE LOGBOOK

Enter Your School Fair
Your school will hold its school science fair where projects will be selected to compete at the Academy of Science - St. Louis Science Fair. Consult with your student's science teacher on their selection process.  Students will be allowed to enter just one project to the Academy of Science - St. Louis Science Fair.

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Helpful Tips
Tip: Encourage your child to follow their passion in choosing their project. 

Tip:  Review all sections of the "dropdown menu" under "Students."
Tip:  Refer to the Judging Rubric to see how projects will be scored.  Encourage your child to include all components for a blue-ribbon project smile.


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Register Project 
Projects must be registered before March 17, 2022.  Each school that registers for The Academy of Science - St. Louis Science Fair will a school password to be used by their students when they register their projects. The students who are going to compete at the Academy of Science -  St. Louis Science Fair need to register their project on-line.  Schools have a limited number of projects that they are allowed to forward to the Academy's science fair.

    1. Password:  If your child's project is selected, your teacher will provide your child with a school password which will be used to register their project.
    2. Student Project Registration is open  September 1, 2020 thru March 17, 2022
    3. Tip: Students registering projects will need school password, student name, home contact information, school name, project title, project type, project grade level and project category, and e-mail address)

Project Upload
All projects need to be uploaded by April 21, 2022.
ALL PROJECTS WILL BE UPLOADED.  NO PROJECTS AT QUEENY PARK THIS YEAR.  SEE HOME PAGE FOR "HOW TO VIDEO."  NO photos of faces or names of student or school on the project or logbook.



Awards


2022 UPDATE  Amount: 
Close to $40,000 in scholarships and awards will be presented to students with top projects - awards will be mailed to the address that the student used when they registered their address

Ribbon placement certificates will be e-mailed to the e-mail address that the students used to register their project

Who: Check the home page on TUESDAY, MAY 3, 2022 to see ribbon placement and awards announcement.




Sponsor a Special Award

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How:  To find out more about a setting up a special award, contact:  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , Academy of Science - St. Louis. CLICK HERE TO SPONSOR A SPECIAL AWARD.


 

blackboardIf you have questions, contact your school science teacher. 
If you need further assistance, contact
This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  STEM Special Projects and Resource Manager, Academy of Science - St. Louis Science Fair
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