2022 In Person AND Virtual Projects on Student Corner

The 2022 Alaska Science and Engineering Fair will be both in person at ChangePoint Church in Anchorage as well as Virtual on Student Corner. All projects, both in person and virtual will need to register their project on Student Corner, and create a project page on Student Corner.

Check out the video below learn how to get started with Student Corner:

Forms, Downloads, and Useful Links

The following is a list of all forms used to enter the Alaska Science & Engineering Fair.

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Important Note

Official International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) rules and forms are also available on the ISEF site

Forms for Elementary School

For more information, see the Elementary School Information page.

  • 2022 Schedule of Events – (Not Yet Available)
  • 2022 Online Registration and Project Check-In Schedule – (Not Yet Available)
  • ISEF Abstract and Certification form Note: Students in grades 4-6 are gently encouraged to write an abstract for their project portfolio. They are invited to enter a second copy in the abstract contest.

Forms for Middle School

For more information, see the Middle School Information page.

Middle School students need the following informational pages:

  • 2022 Schedule of Events – (Not Yet Available)
  • 2022 Online Registration and Project Check-In Schedule – (Not Yet Available)

Middle School students should fill out the basic ISEF forms 1, 1A, 1B, and the Abstract Form, however, not completing these forms will not disqualify you from entry.

All forms should be filled out on the forms page of your student corner project except the Abstract form which may need to be uploaded manually.

Forms for Senior High

For more information, see the Senior High Information page.

The following resource provides a brief explanation of each form and when each form should be completed: ISEF Overview of Forms and Dates

Every senior high student needs the event forms:

  • 2022 Schedule of Events – (Not Yet Available)
  • 2022 Online Registration and Project Check-In Schedule – (Not Yet Available)
  • ISEF Rules

Every senior high student needs the basic forms 1, 1A, 1B, and the abstract form, however you should use the ISEF Rules Wizard to determine what forms you should fill out.

  • ISEF Rules Wizard
  • ISEF Forms
  • ISEF Abstract and Certification form – Students in grades 9-12 are required to write an abstract for their project portfolio. Note: This form will be also be used for the special category Alaska Professional Communicators abstract contest for senior high projects. To enter the contest, please staple a local abstract contest entry form to a second copy of your abstract (on the ISEF Abstract and Certification form) and turn it in at registration. Please keep the first copy of your abstract with your project portfolio. If you win the top prize at the Alaska Science & Engineering Fair, you will be asked to enter your abstract text using ISEF’s online version of this form.

All forms should be filled out on the forms page of your student corner project except the Abstract form which may need to be uploaded manually.

 

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