Highland Lakes Renaissance
AZSEF Clinics will be held in room 308 for Renaissance students to give direction , pass out and explain rubrics, and provide research time and guidance. The clinic runs every Tuesday trough Thursday 3:30 - 5:30.
ISEF rules state that in order for the students to enter the State Science and Engineering Fair, students must place first in their category in a school district or regional fair that follow ISEF rules.
Our Science fair will follow ISEF guidelines. Judges are Midwestern University faculty and students. Our projects are due for judging
February 22, 2017 at 9 am.
This is our 4th year going to the AZSEF. With 1 winner our first year , three our second year and 6 winners last year.
January 25, 2017: Tri-fold board set up
Address rubrics for journal writing, citing sources, informed consent letters to parents and/or human subjects.
Time given to research 1 hour
Time given to research 1 hour 45 minutes.
2017 AzSEF Results:
The following students earned eligibility to enter the AzSEF. Highland Lakes had 47 projects entered from our Renaissance Gifted program. There were twelve category to enter in and we have a winner in each of eleven categories.
AS- Animal Sci - Olivia Fermani, Taylor Anfinson
BE- Behavioral Sci - Gabby Drake, Emma Hoehn
MA- Mathematical Sci - Aiden Bowers
CH -Chemistry - Justin Ritter
EA- Earth and Planetary Sci - No Entries
EE- Electrical/ Mechanical Engineering Ethan Donahey
EN- Engineering / Bioengineering Strider Johnston
EV- Environmental Engineering - Lauren Aoyama, Amber Chisholm, Grace Xu.
ME- Medicine and Health Sci - Alyssa Cathey, Kaitlin Fisher, Caprice Kalvelage
PH- Physics and Astronomy - Weiss O'Connor
PS- Plant Sci
CB- Cellular / Molecular Biology - Lexi Rannoe