Tri County Science and Technology Fair



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** Home School Students interested in participating should email **

Students grades 6-8 that place in the top percentile of our Fair can go onto further competition at the Thermo Fisher Scientific Junior Innovators Challenge. Have your science teacher contact us to learn how

Fair Timeline

  • Now through mid March schools can sign up to participate. (See rules below for more information) ** however fees are best when signed up before 1/31/23**
  • Now through March 31 students should develop their poster boards and videos, finalizing them on March 31.
  • Around the beginning of March, all paid K-8 schools (teacher representative) will receive a permission slip link that is forwarded to the parents of the participating students. It is the parents’ responsibility to fill this out timely to insure their child is entered.
  • March 31 is the absolute last day to have parent permissions slips into us. (Prefer by March 15th)
    A K-8 Student cannot participate without a properly filled out permission slip.
  • April 1st registration ends at midnight. Either a teacher has entered the student, or the student has paid to enter.
  • April 2nd Parents grades K-8 and students grades 9-12 will receive an email from the Fair with a link to upload video, poster board and answer questions for judges. Please make sure is “friendly” so it does not end up in spam.
  • April 7th midnight (NY time zone) is the deadline to complete the link for the judging process to begin.
  • April 24-30 winners will be announced on YouTube and by email.

FAQ General Information About The Fair

  • If you are home schooling please email  for how to join the competition.
  • If you are in HS and your science teacher wants you to compete in this years fair and you are expected to pay for your entry use this link. 2023 HIGH SCHOOL SELF PAY REGISTRATION FORM

2023 Sci Tech Rules

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New awards this year

The Janice Miller Newman Education Award for Excellence in Developing Future Scientists for Top Elementary School with the highest overall score among all other elementary schools that have a minimum of three exhibits entered in the competition.

The very first Janice Miller Newman Award goes to F.E. BELLOWS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

The Frank Iacopelli Award for Academic Excellence in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics goes to the highest overall score among all other high schools that have a minimum of three exhibits entered in the competition.

The very first Frank Iacopelli Award for Academic Excellence in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics goes to BYRAM HILLS HIGH SCHOOL.

Are winners eligible for further competition?

  • The top 10% in grades 6,7 and 8 are eligible for Broadcom Masters, a national competition with several achievement awards.
  • Inventors in grades 6, 7 and 8 are eligible for The Lemelson Early Inventor nationwide competition
    • The Lemelson Early Inventor Prize is to be awarded to one nationwide middle school project (6th, 7th or 8th grade) that meets the invention award criteria:
      • Demonstrates problem-solving by identifying a critical problem.
      • Applies empathy and STEM knowledge to find a practical solution.
      • Displays entrepreneurial thinking by developing a tangible invention
      Please encourage students to consider this as an option. Since this is an invention, you can suggest this as a multiyear endeavor.
  • The top achievers (3-5 projects) on the High School level will go on to New York State Science Congress.


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Past Years Results: WATCH THE WINNERS Award Ceremony anytime

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