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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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In this science fair experiment, high school students fit the growth pattern of bacteria to a mathematical model and predict future colony expansion.
High School
Applied Science
In this science fair project, high school students will try to determine the mathematical patterns in JS Bach's two movement preludes and fugues.
High School
Ninth Grade
This experiment will use computers to examine how the famous Mandelbrot set can be manipulated in fractals.
High School
Applied Mathematics
This experiment will explore whether fractals really repeat themselves infinitely.
High School
Applied Mathematics
Consult astronomers for opinions and advice. Devise a mathematical argument regarding the probability of other planets supporting extra-terrestrial life.
High School
Medium
This experiment will explore how manipulating a graph of historical information might reveal new information about data.
High School
Applied Mathematics
This science fair project idea outlines the practical applications of particular origami folding techniques.
High School
Applied Mathematics
Science fair project that explains and demonstrates the parallax principle.
High School
Middle School
This experiment will explore if and where fractals can be found in the natural world.
High School
Botany
Research is dependent upon the idea that sample sizes are generally representative of a population...but is this true? Test the assumption with M&Ms!
High School
Middle School
This experiment will explore if a randomly iterated algorithm will result in a pattern.
High School
Physics

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