Middle School Academy
A 2 week summer program built for middle schoolers looking for an introduction to AI and its applications
We guide students step-by-step through the science fair process, from creating their own research ideas to presenting at the MA Science Fair alongside hundreds of students.
Additionally, if students don't want to compete in MSEF, we still help them build a meaningful project while still learning the principles of scientific research. They just won't present at the competition.
Apply By March 17:
What is the Science Fair?
What to Expect
MSEF hosts fairs for thousands of MA students to present research and engineering projects.
Students compete first regionally. Top projects advance to state and national fairs.
Judges evaluate projects based on creativity, scientific thought, thoroughness, etc.
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Our program will start from scratch, however, if they choose, students can build upon a previous idea or project
Creating a science fair project takes time and effort, students should expect to spend multiple hours outside of class working independently.
We will provide clear steps to complete the project, but the student Is responsible for completing them, or reaching out if they have questions.
Effect of Light Pollution on Chrysalis Stage of Painted Lady Butterfly
(Advanced Research Project)
Real-Time Detection of Drought Stress in Plants Using a Custom-Built Infrared Sensing Rover
(Advanced Engineering Project)
Some Student Projects at the 2023 Science Fair:
What Students Learn
Phase 1: Planning
Phase 2: Execution
Phase 3: Presentation
-Writing Research Report
-Speaking to judges
This program will be held from Jan - April
How We Help:
12 weekly live sessions plus 1-on-1 meetings
Weekly action items with personal feedback
Exclusive research tools, databases, templates
Professional guest speakers
In-person dry run with feedback
Guaranteed 4:1 student-instructor ratio
$249 (Early Bird Discount)
*Full refund granted within first 3 weeks