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Fraser Valley Regional Science Fair

About the Fair


The Fraser Valley Regional Science Fair (FVRSF) is an annual competition which has been part of our community since 1992.

Our fair offers students, from grades K-12 in the Fraser Valley region (Langley, Chilliwack, Abbotsford, Hope, Mission, and Maple Ridge) the opportunity to present their findings, interact with their peers, and to be recognized for their efforts and accomplishments. Adding excitement to the event are prizes and public recognition which often encourages students to further their scientific enquires. The awards given out are generously donated by individuals, service clubs and companies from the community. Every project officially accepted from Grades 7–12 has the possibility of being selected as a finalist to attend the Canada Wide Science Fair (CWSF) representing the Fraser Valley with Team BC.

Our science fair is run by dedicated volunteers who are passionate about education in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM). [READ MORE]

FVRSF Committee

The Fraser Valley Regional Science Fair Committee's purpose is to plan the annual Fraser Valley Regional Science Fair and all associated activities. Most of us are teachers, university professors, science professionals and educators.

Our committee welcomes volunteers from all backgrounds, disciplines and specialties, who are passionate about STEAM eduation. We encourage you, or any of your connections, to contact us if you are interested in getting involved with the science fair movement in British Columbia. [READ MORE]


After all of your hard work and preparation for the fair, you will join 100+ students from all over the Fraser Valley present your findings.


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