What is Science Fair?
Science fairs are the largest science competitions for middle school and high school students. They involve the application of the scientific method towards designing, conducting and presenting original research. Students explore their interests in science through a hands-on approach and develop valuable skills useful later in life. In addition, Science Fairs provide a unique opportunity to meet others interested in science, which allows students to build a network of success-driven friends at an early age.
Course Introduction:This course aims to establish the foundations for students to achieve success in Science Fair competitions. Classes will meet weekly, and each class will consist of interactive lectures, open discussions, individual and personalized guidance from the teacher, as well as weekly assignments. By the end of the course, students will be equipped with the skills they need to compete and win in Science Fair competitions.
Address: 1340 S De Anza Blvd Suite 204, San Jose, CA 95129
Time: 6/6 to 8/8, 3:00-5:00pm, Saturdays
Contact: 408-366-2204, firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration: Click HERE
James Ma (Sophomore at Yale University)
- Junior Science and Humanities Symposium National Semifinalist (2014)
- IEEE Best Electrotechnology Project (2013)
- Miller Science Fair Coach (2012-2014)
- Stanford University Research Internship (2013)
- Arizona State University Research Internship (2012)
- Springlight Science Bowl Head Coach (2014)
- Lynbrook Science Bowl (2010-2014)
Varsity Captain (2013-2014)
SLAC Regional 3rd Place (2014)
JV Captain (2010-2011)
President (2013-2014), Treasurer (2012-2013)
- Lynbrook Science Club (2010-2014)
- USAPhO Semifinalist
- Physics Bowl Team Regional First Place