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Science Fair

The Academy of Science – St. Louis Science Fair


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The Academy of Science – St. Louis Science Fair is inquiry-based learning at its best! St. Louis students follow their passion as they explore the world they live in and make real world connections. Science Fair is the perfect platform to support and showcase classroom research as Missouri teachers prepare for the Next Generation Science Standards and students develop into confident STEM-capable learners.

The Academy’s Science Fair is the premier STEM Fair in St. Louis with more than 50,000 students representing 250 schools throughout the region in kindergarten through high school. Close to  $50,000 in scholarships and awards are presented to top students annually.
Under the leadership of the Academy of Science, hundreds of educators, professional scientists and science advocates work year-round to bring science inquiry to life. The Academy of Science – St. Louis Science Fair is a “destination fair.” Schools and Districts select their top students to represent their school at the Academy of Science – St. Louis Science Fair held at Queeny Park.

High School students who have completed collegiate-level research compete for scholarship awards and two students represent the Academy of Science – St. Louis Science Fair at the INTEL International Science and Engineering Fair in May.

The Monsanto Fund continues its tradition as a strong corporate citizen through their support of this high-impact demonstration of scientific learning and discovery.

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