Science Fair Information for Secondary Students

Welcome Teachers, Parents, and Students!

The purpose of this website is to provide more information regarding the annual science fair by level: local, regional, state, and international. Each year the University of Georgia hosts a state fair for students in grades 6-12. This year the Northwest Regional Science and Engineering Fair will be held VIRTUALLY at Reinhardt University on February 4-5, 2022. The Georgia Science and Engineering Fair will be March 31 - April 2, 2022 at the Classic Center in downtown Athens, Georgia near the University of Georgia.

Congratulations to the 2021 Northwest Georgia Regional Science & Engineering Fair winners!

2021-22 GSEF Dates and Deadlines_Forsyth FINAL

Required Forms

Turn in completed forms 1, 1A, 1B, Form 3 to local director for review and approval. Local school IRB and SRC projects must approve before experimentation.

Please note that your project must obtain proper approval at the school level before the research/project is started and may require other important forms which can be found here.



Students who qualify for the Northwest Georgia Regional Science & Engineering Fair must register their project using the link below.



Documentation from the Northwest Georgia Regional Science and Engineering Fair Coordinator

Science Fair Overview

Registration Guidelines

Regional Project Registration Form - Due January 14, 2022

Aren't Sure What Approvals You Need? Try the Rules Wizard!


The Rules Wizard was designed as a first step to help students determine which forms and approvals are necessary before beginning a science fair project.

Answer all 9 questions and a results page will provide students with a list of forms and information based on answers provided. The forms and rules should be reviewed closely with your site-based supervisory teacher or mentor BEFORE experimentation begins.

The wizard is intended to be a helpful tool, but cannot account for all specifics and situations of your individual project. Please review the International Rules.

The Virtual Regeneron ISEF SRC (Scientific Review Committee) is available via e-mail at SRC@societyforscience.org to answer any specific questions you may have.