Teachers are the foundation of any successful Science Fair Program. Helping students with their science projects can be very time consuming and, at times, frustrating. However, when your students are successful, it all seems so very worthwhile.
Scientific fraud and misconduct are not condoned at any level of research or competition. This includes plagiarism, forgery, use or presentation of other researcher's work as one's own and fabrication of data. Fraudulent projects will fail to qualify for competition at NEFRSEF.
Fequently Asked Questions
Here is a document containing frequently asked questions. This FAQ will be continuously updated as needed.
Visit the students page
The Students section of our website has been revised and reorganized to make it more useful and student friendly. We encourage you to spend some time visiting the pages and becoming familiar with the information and help make it available to your students.
Science Fair forms
Links to all required forms and a description of each form's purpose can be found on the forms page of this site.
Science Fair rules
NEFRSEF is part of a world–wide program of science competition. All schools that affiliate with NEFRSEF must comply with three sets of rules: local, state, and International.
Science Fair calendar
Be sure to review the NEFRSEF calendar to ensure that you meet each of the deadlines.
This section is designed to serve as a roadmap to help you stay ahead of the game. Check here frequently for announcements and helpful information.