Do you love Science?
Come and Reveal Your Potential!
The fifteenth annual South Fraser Regional Science Fair for Grades 7 – 12 students from Surrey and Delta public and independent schools will be held from April 6 to 11, 2021, as part of the BC/Yukon Virtual Science Fair.
In the midst of COVID-19, the South Fraser Regional Science Fair is joining other science fairs across BC and the Yukon in a fully-virtual science fair. This is to ensure that you and every student across our province and territory have an opportunity to compete safely in a science fair this year.
The BC/Yukon Virtual Science Fair will take place April 6 to 11, 2021, and we’d love for you to join us. Participants in grades 7 to 12 will also have a chance to join Team BC at the Canada-Wide Science Fair.
Are you a student interested in participating in the BC/Yukon Virtual Science Fair?
Learn more or register.
Are you interested in becoming a judge for the BC/Yukon Virtual Science Fair?
Learn more or register.
Here are some important BC/Yukon Virtual Science Fair dates to be aware of:
- January 15 Registration opens for students and judges
- February 1 Project Submission opens
- February 15 Deadline for Judge Registration
- March 5 Deadline for Student Registration, Project Submission (Note: Students may continue to work on their projects until April 1)
- March 8 Deadline for completion of Consent & Release Form & payment of registration fee
- March 13 to 21 Judges review project submissions behind the scenes
- March 25 Participants receive schedule for judge interviews
- April 6 to 11 BC/Yukon Virtual Science Fair! Students present their projects to judges
- April 14 BC/Yukon Virtual Science Fair Celebration Winners announced!
Wondering how to get started? Go to the BC/Yukon Virtual Science Fair website for more information and resources.
A Science Fair project can begin as anything that piques your curiosity. For some of you, it will be an assignment given by an educator. For others, it will be the pursuit of an idea that you have been passionate about since you were two years old, or a problem turned into an innovation. Whatever your inspiration, the important part is to jump in!
Want some inspiration? Hear from past science fair participants and check out some winning projects! Go 2020 Virtual Fairs to view projects in both the BC Virtual Science Fair 2020 and the Youth Science Canada Online Stem Fair.
The resources page at the Science Fair Foundation of BC has a wealth of useful information for students who are planning projects and for teachers. At the end of the SFFBC resources there is a link to a 15-page “Guide to Completing your Science Fair Project” by Churmy Fan and Clara Westwell-Roper.
We hope to “see” you this year