Congratulations to Fairview High School students: 
Michael Chen and Kai Kloepfer, first place winners at ISEF; 
Logan Collins and Larry Zhang, second place winners.
And to Fairview teacher, Dr. Paul Strode, 
recipient of the Agilent Technologies Teacher Award.

The Following Local Stu­dents Won Awards at the 2012
Colorado Science and Engineering Fair (CSEF):
  • Lawrence Zhang of Fairview High School won second place for best senior project
  • Evan Savage of Boulder Country Day School won second place for best junior project
In the senior division, first place winners were Caitlyn Lee, Leslie Seitz, and Lawrence Zhang. Sec­ond place winners were Aniruddh Prakash and Wyatt Goodin. Third place winners were Michael Seltzer and Cole Hugel­meyer. Isabella Soehn won a fourth place award, and Nicolette Laird re­ceived an honorable men­tion.

In the junior division, the first place winners were Evan Savage, Stevan Maksimovic and Saman­tha Chin. Second place winners were Nicholas Fi­nan and Ivo Erben. Ilse Meiler won a third place finish, Emma Cooney won a fourth place finish, and Lauren Lang and Alexan­dra Tompkins won honor­able mentions.

Congratulations to our 2013 Broadcom MASTERS semifinalists, 
recognized among the top 300 middle school projects in the country: 

Leah Fattor, Summit Middle School (Is Your Guitar Too Hot to Handle?)

Even Savage, Boulder Country Day School (Artificial Selection of Microalgae Using Heat Stress: Improving Algae Biodiesel)

Tal Sneh, Summit Middle School (Starch Polystyrene: The Bigger Bead the Better?)

Peter Woodham, Summit Middle School (Molybdenum Disulfide as a Catalyst in Hydrogen Fuel Cells)

General Information

Middle School - Grades 6, 7, 8The Corden Pharma Colorado Regional Science Fair is a meeting place for students and scientists. Here the students have the opportunity to exhibit their projects, share ideas with other students, and discuss their projects with scientists. The four main purposes of the Regional Secondary Science Fair are:

  1. To stimulate student interest in all fields of science
  2. To give students an opportunity to learn first hand the process of scientific investigation
  3. To give students the opportunity to present and discuss their findings with other students and with scientists in the community
  4. To recognize and reward outstanding student work

The Junior Division includes grades 6-8. Senior Division includes grades 9-12.

6th-, 7th-, and 8th-graders are eligible to compete in the Science Fair. Students may enter projects individually, in pairs or in groups of three.   Winning projects may advance to the state fair (CSEF).

Senior High - Grades 9, 10, 11, 12

9th graders are required to compete in the Senior Division. Students may enter projects individually, in pairs, or in groups of three. Winning projects may advance to the state (CSEF) and international (ISEF) science fairs.