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Student Science Opportunities

  • December 05, 2023 4:40 PM | Andrea Pokrzywinski (Administrator)

    Your student's project could be an award winner! Encourage your students with an existing environmental stewardship project or an idea for a project to apply so that their achievements can be further recognized. Applicants from all 50 states as well as U.S. territories are eligible to compete for a national Presidential award.

    For more information visit the link below

  • November 26, 2023 2:10 PM | Andrea Pokrzywinski (Administrator)

    February 23 & 24, 2024
    University of Alaska Fairbanks

    Science Olympiad is a nationwide youth competition consisting of hands-on, team-based STEM tournaments including experimental design, knowledge tests, and construction challenges.

    Teams compete first at the regional and state level, and winning teams from each state advance to compete in the Science Olympiad National Tournament.

  • November 26, 2023 1:57 PM | Andrea Pokrzywinski (Administrator)

    March 20-23, 2024
    Pioneer Park 
    Fairbanks Alaska

    For more Information visit

  • November 26, 2023 1:51 PM | Andrea Pokrzywinski (Administrator)

    April 5th & 5th
    Anchorage, Alaska

    The Alaska State Science and Engineering Fair is an incredible opportunity for students to showcase their scientific prowess and innovative ideas. Whether you are a budding scientist, an aspiring engineer, or simply have a passion for discovery, this event is the perfect platform to share your knowledge and engage with like-minded individuals

  • November 26, 2023 1:49 PM | Andrea Pokrzywinski (Administrator)

    March 3-5

    The 2023 Alaska Tsunami Bowl will be held March 3–5 in Seward. In this competition, Alaska high school students present research papers and compete in an exciting, buzzer-style quiz bowl.

  • November 26, 2023 12:06 PM | Andrea Pokrzywinski (Administrator) - the 2024 Jacobs’ Teen Innovation Challenge is almost here allows for middle and high school teams to design innovator ideas to make the world a better place. They are awarded up to $2000. In the challenge, teenagers, working with their teachers, develop an innovator’s mindset and design thinking skills to create solutions to local and global problems. Participation is limited. They are accepting applications until January 10th. The program is supported by the University of San Diego. Further details and updates for 2024 are on the 024 Jacobs Teen Innovation Challenge website. 

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