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The Middle School State Fair will be held June 5, 2010 at Worcester Technical High School.

We will be updating this page as soon as we know the winners.

Every year the content of the student projects increases in number and sophistication:  Please congratulate these award winners and all of the students for the curiosity, creativity, and persistance they invested in their projects.

To See the Regional Awards: Regions I, II, III, IV, V, VI

2010 High School Winners:


The Boston Area Solar Energy Association (BASEA)



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Middle-School Regional Awards:

Region I, Western:

Coming Soon

Region II, Central:

Climate Science


Riona Reeves,

Sarah W. Gibbons Middle School

In Sync with Chaos

Clean Tech

Award (tie):

Yusuf Abdelkader,

Alhuda Academy

Solar Powered Desalination of Water


AbdurRahmaan Abdul-Basser,

Alhuda Academy

Photovoltaic Cells and the Visible Ligh Spectrum

Region III, Southwestern:

Climate Science

No Qualifying Projects

Clean Tech


Paul C. Matthews,

N.E. Christian Academy

Wind Generation of Electricity


Honorable Mention:

Ross Ketschke,

St. Stanislaus School

Super Solar Heating



Region IV, Northeastern:

Climate Science

Awards (tie):

Arjun Prakesh,

Academy of Notre Dame

Size and Shape of an Ice Cube vs. Melting Time

Michael May,

Locke Middle School

Will Salt Water or Fresh Water Freeze Faster?

Clean Tech


Noorulaine Iqbal,

The Islamic Academy for Peace

Blowing with the wind: What type of Blades Make the Most Effective Wind Turbine?


Region V, Southeastern:

Climate Science


Honorable Mention:

Kaleigh Mency,

Plouffe Academy

Mythbuster: Weather Edition


Clean Tech

Award (tie):

James Roggeveen,

Cyrus Peirce Midde School

Turbulence on Turbines

Brennan Dwyer


Amanda Pollock,

Medway Middle School

Wind Energy

Honorable Mention:

Paul Doolan,

Calvary Chapel Academy

Solar Powered Water Desalination



Region VI, Boston:

Climate Science


Sofia Carvalho,

Washington Irving Middle School

Acid Rain

Clean Tech


Erin Kelly,

Mary Lyon Middle School

Saving the World One Can at a Time