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WWSEF 2023 Will Be In Person at Bingemans.
425 Bingemans Centre Dr., Kitchener

WWSEF 2023 will take place in person on April 11, 2023. Registration opens on January 10th, and deadline is March 8, 2023. We look forward to seeing everyone for the 50th WWSEF!


Promoting Excellence in
STEM Among Our Youth

The Waterloo-Wellington Science & Engineering Fair has been developing Canada’s capacity for high quality research in Science, Technology and Engineering since 1974.

The WWSEF is open to Senior Elementary and High School students from Waterloo Region, Wellington County, and Upper Grand District School Boards. Grade 7-12 home-schooled or students from schools that do not run science fair programs are also welcome as individual entries.

This year, we will be holding an in person WWSEF fair on April 11, 2023. Registration will begin January 10 and be available until March 8, 2023.

2019 Fair Winners
Virtual WWSEF 2022

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, we will be holding our second virtual WWSEF 2022 fair on April 6, 2022 through this website.

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Entry Registration

Registration is scheduled to begin on January 10. The registration deadline will be March 8, 2022 and accessible through this website.

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Project Information

Read and familiarize yourself with our guidelines on how to select, research, execute, write and present your project for our virtual fair.

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Student Presnting Project to Judge
the fair

Showcasing the Next Generation of Researchers and Innovators

The Waterloo-Wellington Science & Engineering Fair is an annual event that brings together the best of young scientific minds in our community.

During this event, projects are placed into three divisions based on the grades of the participants: Junior (Gr. 7-8), Intermediate (Gr. 9-10) or Senior (Gr. 11-12). Each division is separated into three categories: Engineering, Life Sciences or Physical & Mathematical Sciences

Students and projects are judged according to a national standard that includes the scientific method, creativity, organization, research, background knowledge, visual impact and a written summary of the project. Awards and scholarships are given to students who have excelled in these criteria.

the future

Promoting Excellence in
STEM Among Our Youth

The WWSEF isn’t just a place for students to showcase their scientific and academic prowess – it’s also an excellent experience for them to grow as scientists and researchers.

Winners at our regional fair go on to the Canada-Wide Science Fair and if that is won, they become a part of Team Canada at the International Science and Engineering Fair to gain global recognition.

Many of our WWSEF alumni have gone on to become leaders and innovators in our society, making a true and lasting impact in our world.

Student Award of Excellence

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Support and Donate to Our Local Fair

Our organization relies solely on donations and the generosity of our volunteers and judges. When you donate and support the WWSEF, you are not just supporting young scientists, you are supporting their potential! Make an impact today through the gift of giving. Here are various ways you can help the Waterloo-Wellington Science & Engineering Fair.

Monetary Donations

The Waterloo-Wellington Science & Engineering Fair relies entirely on donations. We accept E-Transfers, cheques and online donations through the website.

Our Supporters

All of us at the WWSEF are grateful for the generosity of companies, educational institutions, organiziations and individuals from the community.

Science Fair Judging

Hundreds of judges from universities, colleges, businesses and industries volunteer their time to judge projects and provide feedback to students.


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