The Fraser Valley Regional Science Fair (FVRSF) is a yearly event. Each year the fair is held the first week of April.
The FVRSF is held at the Envision Athletic Centre at the University of the Fraser Valley, Abbotsford Main Campus.
Any student in Grades 7-12, who attends school or is home-schooled in the Fraser Valley school district (Langley, Abbotsford, Maple Ridge/Pitt Meadows, Mission, Chilliwack and Hope).
Any student in grades K - 6, who attends school or is home-schooled in the Fraser Valley school district (Langley, Abbotsford, Maple Ridge/Pitt Meadows, Mission, Chilliwack and Hope).
The FVRSF is a great place to showcase your knowledge in science! You will have the opportunity to meet other students and people from the Fraser Valley community who are interested in science and technology. You could also win the chance to travel to the national competition, the Canada-Wide Science Fair.
Yes! You can work by yourself or in teams of two.
$30 per participant / $75 for a class presentation
You will need a backboard to present your project, and any other materials that you have made, or need to demonstrate your project. Make sure you check the safety and ethics rules to see what you can and cannot bring.
Yes, but you will need to request power when you register for the fair.
Yes, there will be guest access during the fair.
Make sure you are neat and clean. There is no "dress code".
There is a nominal parking fee at the campus.
Exhibitors are responsbile or the maintenance and protection of their own exhibits during the fair. We recommend that laptops, cameras, cell phones, and other expensive items not be left unattended. The gym doors will be locked at the end of each day of the fair.
Parents are welcome to come to the Public Viewing. Judging is only for students and judges. Read how parents/guardians can be supportive at the fair.
You will meet the Fraser Valley Regional Science Fair Committee, Volunteers, Judges, UFV Students and other participants. All students are supervised by volunteers during the fair.