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High School Science Fair Projects

Need a science fair project that's fun, engaging, and appropriately rigorous for a high school science fair? Education.com has assembled a rich collection of high school science fair projects and high school science fair project ideas written by our team of professional scientists, science teachers, and educational consultants. We offer free high school science experiments on every science fair topic, including physics, chemistry, biology, engineering, and even psychology. Check the boxes in the sidebar to filter your results, or use the search bar to find a winning idea for your upcoming science fair. Hundreds of good science fair projects are only a click away.

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Find out which part of a flame burns wood the fastest and also if this is true for all types of flames such as candle-flame, burners, and lighters.
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Middle School
Test the combustion of different types of woods.
High School
Middle School
In this experiment, you will find out how human error can cause faults in any science task. This includes experiments conducted by famous scientists also.
High School
Eighth Grade
This science fair project idea tests whether it is true that humans are in the morning than later during the day/night.
High School
Middle School
Science fair project that examines search engine optimization, internet search trends using a statistical study of searched keywords.
High School
Medium
This science fair project idea examines how well individuals can remember a story they were told and how accurately they pass that story along.
High School
Elementary School

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