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STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) Fair is an opportunity for students to present their STEM innovation idea/project/product. The presentations can range from a variety of topics like a science experiment to a breakthrough innovation to a mathematical theory.

This forum is a great way to demonstrate the innovative and creative abilities of students in the STEM fields of study. STEM Fair is a great platform for students to present their creative ideas in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics.


STEM Fair consists of 4 categories or levels

  • Level 1: Grades 1, 2, and 3
  • Level 2: Grades 4, 5
  • Level 3: Grades 6, 7, and 8
  • Level 4: Grades 9, 10, 11, and 12

Students should bring a printed or mobile copy of the registration ticket and the photo / video consent form for onsite check-in.

Our competitions are meant to promote academic excellence and recognize students for their talent and hard work. During our competitions, there will be pictures and videos taken which may be posted on our website. Students are requested to turn in a photo / video release consent form at the time of onsite check-in on the day of the competition.

  • Logical and critical thinking
  • Effective communication skills
  • Building self confidence
  • Ability to present their STEM project or business idea
  • Research skills
  • Building and developing an idea into a workable model

Students can choose any topic/idea in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) category to present their STEM innovation idea/project/product.

The participants can present their ideas individually or form a team to present their ideas.

Students can be part of a team/group to present their ideas at the STEM fair, but each student will have to individually register to be able to participate and represent their teams/groups.

Students should use display boards to present their ideas at the STEM fair.

The participants are welcome to bring props, required audio, models, working models, an invention, experimental results, or equipment used. The participants have to bring their own laptops, in case they wish to present

Please note: Students are NOT ALLOWED to bring LIVE organisms such as living creatures, animals, pets, etc.

Students should use display boards to exhibit their ideas at the STEM Fair. The sequence/steps are:

  • Summary of the Topic/Idea
  • Problem to be solved
  • Hypothesis or Premise
  • Design
  • Procedure/Experiment/Process
  • Data collection and analysis
  • Results
  • Summary of the overall solution and the need it addresses
  • Conclusion
  • Application

Note: It is recommended to have a log book and project report as part of the STEM project artifacts.

The schedule includes the following:

  • Onsite check-in
  • STEM Fair - Judging
  • STEM Fair - Viewing
  • Award ceremony

The students are expected to be punctual and report for check-in at the assigned time so that they are ready for judging before the STEM Fair.

Parents will not be allowed in the room during STEM Fair judging. Parents should wait outside and pick up their students as soon as judging is completed. Parents and students are welcome to view the exhibits after judging is completed and attend the award ceremony.

Students must take down their exhibits (boards, models, log books, reports, and all the artifacts) immediately after the award ceremony. The organizers will not be responsible for any item left behind.

STEM Fair Rules and Guidelines

  • The STEM Fair will require all presentations to be made in English language only.
  • The students will choose their own topic for the STEM Fair, in areas of Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics.
  • STEM Fair consists of an oral component only. Judging will be based on the presentations by the students.
  • Students are expected to arrive on time for the onsite check-in.
  • Students should say their name and the topic clearly before starting their presentation.
  • Students should adhere to the timing provided for their presentation based on the category and level.
  • Scoring will be done independently by the judges and the average score will be used to determine the student ranking. Winners will be determined based on the overall average score.


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