The 2017 Nassau County Science Competition!
Students from Middle Schools and High Schools around Nassau County will gather at a new location this year! Freeport High School will serve as host for the 2017 Nassau County Science Competition!
We can’t wait to have you show off your knowledge and passion for STEM! Check out the Nassau County Science Competition on Twitter @ for updates and info.
Registration is now closed, thank you to all who registered!
The Nassau County Science Competition (NCSC) is an exciting event where middle and high school students from around Nassau County present their projects for a chance to win a variety of awards. Open to all High School and Middle Schools in Nassau County, this is an opportunity to come together to show off students’ passion for Science!
Students present work from a range of disciplines, including social sciences, biology, chemistry, engineering, mathematics, and more. Last year, over 200 students from 33 schools enjoyed this unique event and we want students from your district to be part of this year’s festivities!
- Why: To demonstrate the knowledge and passion that Middle and High School students have for Science in a county-wide Science competition
- How: Registration is now closed
- Where: Freeport High School. 50 S. Brookside Avenue Freeport, NY 11520
- When: Sunday, June 4th 2017, 9:00am-2:00pm
- Who: High School and Middle School Students throughout Nassau County.
- 10 teams per school, 1-3 students per team.
- What: A showcase-style competition for students to present work they have completed this year. Categories include Social Science, Biology, Engineering, Environmental/Earth Science, Chemistry, Physics, Medicine, Math/Computer Science, and more.
For information about NCSC, check out the rules so you (and your team) know what to expect.
For more information, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 516-764-0045