Does your project include human subjects, living organisms, or viruses? If so, you must fill out this form by January 15, 2020.
If you are in middle or high school and want to attend the Metro Science Fair, you MUST fill out their forms for testing human/animal subjects. Visit https://clas.ucdenver.edu/denversciencefair/forms-and-rules
- Read the documents on the “Guidelines and Resources” page. Make sure you look at the rubric and guidelines!
- Plan out your project. Write a testable question and a procedure – and then check in with your teacher to make sure that your project is scientific, safe, and well-planned.
- If your project is going to include humans/vertebrates/bacteria, please fill out this form first. This will send your project idea to the Science Fair team to make sure all humans/animals will be safe.
- Once you receive the okay (or if your project does NOT include humans/animals/bacteria), please fill out this form by January 31st, 2020.
- Optional: If you are in 6th – 12th grades and you think you want to go to the Denver Metro Science Fair, you must register for their fair by January 17th, 2020, which is before the DPS Fair. More information here: https://clas.ucdenver.edu/denversciencefair/registration.
- Elementary schools (K – 6th grade) may enter 12 projects total.
- Middle schools (6th – 8th grade) may enter 9 projects total.
- High schools (9th – 12th grade) may enter 12 projects total.
- Kindergarten – 8th schools may enter 21 projects total.
- 6th – 12th grade schools may enter 21 projects total.
- Kindergarten – 12th grade schools may enter 33 projects total.
Projects may be divided in any way a school chooses – a certain number per grade level, all projects representing one grade level, or any combination desired by the school.
Please note – the only materials permitted at the DPS Science Fair are the display board (see Science Fair Display Guidelines on the Documents page), and captioned pictures (make sure all students have media released). No other physical materials are permitted.