PJAS


The Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science (PJAS) is a statewide organization designed to stimulate and promote interest in science among 7th-12th graders through the development of research projects and investigations.  Students conduct a science experiment of their choice and then create a ten minute (maximum allowed time) PowerPoint Presentation detailing their findings.  

PJAS Website

PJAS Resource Center

Students present their findings to two or three judges at the Regional PJAS Meeting held in February.  Following the presentation, there is a brief judges’ question period.

IMPORTANT!!  PLEASE CLICK ON THE "REGIONAL IV MEETING INFORMATION" ON THE LEFT NAVIGATION PANE FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AND RUBRICS!

First place winners are invited to compete at the State PJAS competition that is held at Penn State University in May.  The state competition starts on a Sunday and concludes on Tuesday.

Information will be updated throughout the science fair season so please be sure to stop back often.

** All science projects MUST comply with ISEF rules.

Please see the ISEF rules and guidelines and the rules wizard in the links tab to the left.
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