SARSEF winners may qualify for other competitions
AzSEF is the state fair for Arizona. Students in Grades 5-12 who have placed first at a school, home school, district, county or regional science fair are eligible to compete at AzSEF.
No more than 12 entries per grade level (one for each of the 12 categories) will be accepted from each school in the elementary and junior divisions.
In the event your fair does not give place awards, it is the discretion of the fair director to send the project considered the best representative of the category selected.
This fair is for high school students, who must first qualify at an affiliated fair like SARSEF Regional Fair. The top prize is a $75,000 scholarship. From the SARSEF Regional Fair, eight high school projects move on each year as finalists — and three middle school projects are selected as observers — to attend this global competition.
Formerly called Broadcom MASTERS, this competition is open to Middle school projects that win first or second place at the SARSEF Fair. Finalists take home more than $100,000 in awards and scholarships.
Projects for SARSEF may be used in other competitions
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