Teacher Showcase & Science Fair
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Teacher Showcase & Science Fair

May 1 at 6:30 pm

Hosted at the Rochester Church of the Nazarene

1799 Walton Blvd.
Rochester Hills, MI 48309
Meet our Teachers at Homeschool Connections

Meet the Teacher Night

Come and meet our fabulous teachers! This year’s teachers will be at this event to show off Winter 2019-2020 classes! Come and see your students’ teachers! They may even have students’ work samples, current curriculum, and class manipulates used during class.

Photos from last year:

Science Fair

We are very excited to bring you the fifth ever, Homeschool Connections and HighPoint Hybrid Science Fair.  This contest is open to all students.  If you have an interest in Science, or anything relating to Scientific Principles, you are encouraged to attend.

We want it to be a great time with lots of fabulous science projects, but for that to happen we need people to participate. You will find the signup form here: SIGN UP NOW! There is still enough time to put together a winning science project.

There are a few guidelines everyone needs to follow. Guidelines:

Your project…

  • Must be school appropriate
  • Must be an experiment you performed, or topic you have extensively researched
  • Must have a display (tri-fold preferred)
  • Must be related, in some way, to science
  • Must be explained, by you, to a group of parents and judges (~1 – 3 min)
  • Should be something you are interested in, or passionate about
  • Should reflect your current scientific education
  • Should include a model or other physical display object
  • May be either solo or in a group
  • Group projects need to be more encompassing than solo projects
  • Work in a group project needs to be evenly divided between members

If you have any questions, feel free to contact Mr. Clay at: teacherclay4@gmail.com. Hope to see you at the Fair!

***Please note that science fair entry is only open to current Homeschool Connections and HighPoint Hybrid Families***

Homeschool Science Fair

How it works:

Students are asked to create a science experiment and then present that experiment and its results to judges and parents at the Science Fair. The judging is a big part of the Science Fair and determines who will be our 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners. The judges will be looking for evidence that the Students have followed the Scientific Method.

As a new feature this year, we will be separating students into 2 categories based on grade level. Students younger than 7th grade will be in the first group and students older than 7th grade will be in the second group. Students in the 1st category, the younger students, will still be able to participate, but their projects will be judged using different criteria. Their score will depend more on their presentation rather than the underlying scientific principles and methods. The students in the 2nd category, the older students, will be judged as they have been in the past several Science Fairs.

Once you have a project decided on you MUST, absolutely have to, need to so you can win prizes at the Science Fair, MUST go to this Google form and fill it out:

Once you have done that you are officially registered. Registration will close on April 24th.