Massachusetts Region V High School Science & Engineering Fair

  • Science and Engineering Fair poster by student Umar Padela on Benzo-Lipoxin A4.

    Region V Science & Engineering Fair

  • Region V Science & Engineering Fair

  • Region V Science & Engineering Fair

  • Science and Engineering Fair poster about The Antibiotic Apocalypse.

    Region V Science & Engineering Fair

Massachusetts Region V High School Science & Engineering Fair

Date: Saturday, March 7, 2020 
Snow date: Sunday, March 8, 2020    
Location: Bridgewater State University, Bridgewater MA

Rondileau Campus Center ("10" on the map)
Parking will be in the West Campus Lot ("G"on the map)
Campus Map

Deadline for project approval by the Region V Scientific Review Committee: January 24, 2020

Students who are interested in designing and carrying out a STEM project, should open an account (or log into an existing account) at the SEFOS (Science & Engineering Fair Online System). Each student, or team of students, with the help of a science teacher/mentor, should create a new project for 2020, fill out the SEFOS registration form, and then print out, fill out, and upload all necessary paperwork to their SEFOS account. Paperwork includes the Massachusetts State Science & Engineering Fair (Team or Individual) Student Checklist, Research Plan, Approval Form, and Checklist for Teacher.

All students must have their project proposals APPROVED by the Region V Scientific Review Committee (SRC) before any work on the project can begin. Please have them contact RSRC5 for review when they are ready. Students who are interested in participating in the Region V SEF must have their SEFOS registration and paperwork completed by Friday, January 17, 2020. Additional information can be found in the student guide to SEFOS.

Deadline for payment and registration to attend the Region V High School Science Fair: February 29, 2020
Fee: $10 per student  (to be paid by each school)

Permission forms: 
Students should print all four forms and have them signed by a parent or guardian. All paper copies of signed forms must be brought with you to the Region V Fair. They will be collected upon check in.  

Region V, formerly called the South Shore Region, is the largest educational region in the Commonwealth, encompassing schools in 75 cities and towns  – including the cities of Brockton, Newton, Quincy, and Weymouth, and the towns of Weston, Provincetown, Natick, Plymouth, Easton, and many more. The region runs from the Atlantic Ocean west to beyond Interstate 95, and from Cape Cod and the islands of Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket north to the Mass Pike. Region V also includes 14 regional high schools, and every private and parochial school in Boston.

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