Note: The submission deadline has passed for the 2010 Science Fair. Watch this page for future announcements.
The Creation Museum Science Fair is an opportunity for students from homeschools, Christian schools, and public schools alike to present their research to scientists, learn more about the scientific method, and receive recognition and awards for their hard work.
This opportunity is open to students in grades 7–12, but space is limited, so students must plan their projects well. Once the experimental hypothesis and methodology are selected, students can apply using the forms available on this website.
Be sure to read the guidelines before you start planning.
Even if you don’t live near the Creation Museum, this is a great opportunity to visit the museum and compete in the Science Fair at the same time. Families of participants will receive discounted tickets to the museum, so you can make it into a family vacation with an educational theme.
You’ll also enjoy several special events, including fun workshops, live animal demonstrations, an awards ceremony with a special speaker, and more. Keep an eye on this website for a schedule and more details coming soon.
Proposal Forms are due by September 30, 2009. If you are selected, you will be notified by the end of October with more details about the Science Fair.