What is the Alamo Regional Science & Engineering Fair?

Alamo Regional Science and Engineering Fair (ARSEF) promotes interest in the pursuit of scientific inquiry among middle and high school students through an annual meeting and research presentation competition.  Each year, more than 500 of the Alamo’s best and brightest middle and high school students qualify for ARSEF out of more than 1,500 students competing at School and District Science Fairs. Through the fair, students network with like-minded peers and STEM professionals and compete for prizes and awards. Some also advance to national competitions like Regeneron ISEF and Broadcom Masters.

Who can participate?

ARSEF is for students (gr. 6-12).  Public, Private, Parochial, Magnet, and Home schools may enter AJAS. Independent entries are accepted if a student’s school does not have a program on their campus.

Important Dates:

 

  • November 1 – Registration Opens
  • February 4 – All Files are due 
  • February 11-13 – Round 1 Virtual Judging
  • February 18-20 – In-person Fair 
  • February 20 – Awards 

Format:

Students deliver a 10-minute oral presentation with 5 mins of Q&A of their science project to two category judges.  

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Click Here for Detailed Instructions

  1. Complete online registration (teacher)
  2. Submit mail in School Registration Form (see below)  and payment (teacher)
  3. Project Registration via Scienteer (student)

Mail in School Registration Forms:


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Registration and paper work for student projects are done with Scienteer.

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