Honors Division Judging

Academy of Science - St. Louis Science Fair

Inquiry-Based Learning at it's best!

Welcome to the Fair


Honors Division JUDGING


The Academy of Science - St. Louis
is seeking volunteers with advanced degrees or certification M.D., Ph.D., P.E., D.Sc., et al, to evaluate collegiate-quality student science projects.







calendar-photoSMLDATE:  Saturday, February 23, 2019

TIME:  Morning Round 8:00 am - Noon

           Afternoon Round Noon - 4:00 pm (approx)


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Browning Hall, Interdisciplinary Science Building




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DETAILS:  Honors judging consists of a morning round of discipline-specific judges and projects.  Judges work in teams with a detailed rubric.  The afternoon (optional for morning judges) session is an opportunity for the top 10 high school students to present and translate their science to an interdisciplinary audience.


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 AWARDS:  Top 2 students are invited to the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair in Phoenix, AZ.  Top 10 Honors Division Students receive college scholarship awards of $1,000 or more!

Q:  I would like to judge, may I bring my child with me to observe Judging?
A:  No, you will need to make other arrangements for your child on the day of Honors Division judging.  However, you may bring you child to the K-12 Academy of Science - St. Louis Science Fair as all projects will be on display.  See schedule for public display dates.


 Questions:  Contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it 314-533-8291

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Click here for Honors Division Judge Overview PDF






With thanks to our Corporate Sponsor:

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With Technology & Engineering Projects sponsored by:


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With thanks to Webster University,
Hosting location of the 2019 Honors Division:

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