Get ready for science and engineering fun!

2020 South Valley Science and Engineering Fair

The 2020 South Valley Science and Engineering Fair (SVSEF) will be held February 8 at Christopher High School

SVSEF is for all 6th-12th grade Morgan Hill, Gilroy, and San Martin students

Project Categories:

Biology, Chemistry, Engineering, Math/Computer Science, and Physics

IMPORTANT DATES

2019 Pre-Project Clinics*:

The following clinics will be held at Anaerobe Systems (15906 Concord Circle, Morgan Hill)
at 7-8:30 PM and include a facilities tour and brief discussion of their SVSEF mentoring program:

Teacher clinic (September 17;), Engineering projects clinic (September 25), and Science

projects clinic (October 9)

*While primarily for students and their families, teachers will also benefit from the science and
engineering projects clinics; the teacher clinics are interactive, so please bring your laptop or another digital device.

Stay tuned for the date and Gilroy location of the second Teachers Clinic

Early Submission Deadline for Project Applications: November 1, 2019

Final Deadline for Project Applications: January 8, 2020

No projects will be accepted after 1/8/20

Student check-in and project board drop-off:

Friday, February 7, 2020, 4:00-6:30 PM

Judging and awards ceremony

Saturday, February 8, 2020, 10:00 AM- 3:00 PM

Lunch will be provided to student participants

SVSEF will present “Inventing Tomorrow,” a short movie about student scientists and
presenting their work at the International Science and Engineering Fair; dates and locations for

both Morgan Hill and Gilroy will be announced shortly

For questions, contact

svsefmgr@gmail.com

MISSION: 

To provide a safe, inclusive, juried science and engineering fair for local 6th-12th grade students

STRATEGIC FOCUS AREAS:
1. To increase local middle and high school aged children’s science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) literacy, communication skills, and innovative thinking abilities,
2. To give these students practice with the scientific method using real world problems of their own choosing, and
3. To provide the support for our local students to compete successfully at advanced STEM competitions

ALL SVSEF projects require Safety/Science review (SRC) prior to project start; see FAQs on “About” tab and “Fair Guidelines” for details; contact svsefmgr@gmail.com for questions