Regional Science Fair

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2023 Northern Virginia Regional Science & Engineering Fair

March 4-5, 2023

The Northern Virginia Regional Science and Engineering Fair will be held in-person at Wakefield High School the weekend of March 4-5, 2023.

Students nominated for the Northern Virginia Regional Science and Engineering Fair will receive registration instructions, deadlines, and additional fair information from their schools. Please note that if the link is not available, the school’s registration window is not open.

  • Alexandria City High School (includes Minnie Howard)
  • Arlington Tech and Career Center
  • Dorothy Hamm Middle School
  • Episcopal High School
  • George Washington Middle School
  • Gunston Middle School
  • H-B Woodlawn Secondary Program
  • Hammond Middle School
  • Jefferson-Houston PreK-8 School
  • Kenmore Middle School
  • Patrick Henry K-8 School
  • Swanson Middle School
  • Thomas Jefferson Middle School
  • Wakefield High School
  • Washington-Liberty High School
  • Williamsburg Middle School
  • Yorktown High School

  

Additional fair documents: (2023 materials are not yet available.)

  • NOVA Regional Science and Engineering Fair Abstracts 2023: These abstracts are as entered by the students. They are organized by subject category, grade, and project number. Team projects are listed after the individual projects for each grade level.
  • NOVA Regional Science and Engineering Fair Project Entry Booklet 2023: This is a compilation of all the projects entered in the Regional Fair, and includes the project title and school. It is organized by subject category, grade, and project number.
  • Regional Fair Abstracts 2022

 

Additional Information

Students and Parents

Society/Organization Judges

Category Judges

If you are interested in becoming a category judge, please let us know.

Previous Northern Virginia Science and Engineering Fair Results

Directions to Wakefield High School – 1325 S. Dinwiddie St, Arlington, VA 22206

  • From the West – Take I-66 or Rt 50/Arlington Blvd eastbound to Rt 7/Leesburg Pike. Exit onto eastbound Rt 7/Leesburg Pike. Follow Rt 7/Leesburg Pike to S. George Mason Dr. Turn left on S. George Mason Drive. Proceed one block on S. George Mason Drive to S. Dinwiddie St. Turn right on S. Dinwiddie St and Wakefield High School is immediately on your left.
  • From the East/Washington DC – Take I-395 southbound to Rt 7/Leesburg Pike. Exit onto westbound Rt 7/Leesburg Pike. Follow Rt 7/Leesburg Pike to S. George Mason Dr. Turn right on S. George Mason Drive. Proceed one block on S. George Mason Drive to S. Dinwiddie St. Turn right on S. Dinwiddie St and Wakefield High School is immediately on your left.
  • From the South/Alexandria – Take Rt. 1/Richmond Hwy northbound to Rt 7/King Street. Turn left onto westbound Rt 7/King Stree. Follow Rt 7/King Stree to S. George Mason Dr. Turn right on S. George Mason Drive. Proceed one block on S. George Mason Drive to S. Dinwiddie St. Turn right on S. Dinwiddie St and Wakefield High School is immediately on your left.
  • From the South/Springfield – Take I-395 northbound to Rt 7/Leesburg Pike. Exit onto westbound Rt 7/Leesburg Pike. Follow Rt 7/Leesburg Pike to S. George Mason Dr. Turn right on S. George Mason Drive. Proceed one block on S. George Mason Drive to S. Dinwiddie St. Turn right on S. Dinwiddie St and Wakefield High School is immediately on your left.
  • From the North – Take GW Parkway southbound to I-395. Exit onto I-395 southbound and continue to Rt 7/Leesburg Pike. Exit onto westbound Rt 7/Leesburg Pike. Follow Rt 7/Leesburg Pike to S. George Mason Dr. Turn right on S. George Mason Drive. Proceed one block on S. George Mason Drive to S. Dinwiddie St. Turn right on S. Dinwiddie St and Wakefield High School is immediately on your left.