- The Fairs
- Curious Minds
Contact your Regional Fair Chair or your school about how to register online.
# PROJECTS EACH REGION MAY SEND TO THE MSSEF HIGH SCHOOL STATE SCIENCE FAIR
|# Projects in A Regional Fair||# Projects that can be entered in Statewide Fair.|
|Up to 100 projects||40|
|200 or more||50|
Approved student delegates from your school may register online for the statewide Fair beginning March 3rd. However, before a student’s experimentation may begin, students must check to see if their project will require approval by the local Regional Fair Scientific Review Committee (SRC). For example, all student projects that involve dangerous substances, vertebrate animals, human subjects and/or will be explored in a setting other than a school must be approved by the Regional Fair SRC before experimentation may begin. Note: Students are expected to participate in all events of the two-day high school Massachusetts State Science & Engineering Fair at MIT. Students are encouraged to schedule their SAT & AP exams to avoid any conflicts with the Fair schedule. If this is not possible, students should take these exams in the Cambridge/Boston area so they may arrive at the Fair on time. High school guidance counselors can advise students about how to arrange to take these exams away from students’ respective schools. All students must be present for the public showcase of projects at 12:30 P.M. on the Saturday of the Fair.
March 7, 2015 Student Online Registration begins. Signed registration applications must be sent to MSSEF within five days of your Regional Science Fair
March 20, 2015 @ 12:00 noon Student Online Registration closes
May 1-2, 2015 The 65th annual Massachusetts State High School Science & Engineering Fair Massachusetts Institute of Technology campus, Cambridge
May 10-15, 2015 International Science & Engineering Fair (ISEF) Pittsburgh, PA