The Awards Ceremony for the Region VI SEF held at UL-Lafayette on February 24, 2024 will be Tuesday, March 5, 2024, at the Louisiana Immersive Technologies Enterprise (LITE) Center in the auditorium. The time is from 5:30-7:00. Look for the big green egg across from the CajunDome.
To start a new project, click on "DIRECTIONS" under "LABELS" and the post will walk you through what to do to start a new project.

If you want to see an overview of previously disqualified projects and the reasons why, click on "DISQUALIFICATIONS" and read the post.

If you need an updated ABSTRACT FORM, RESEARCH PLAN, ENTRY FORM, LOUISIANA REGION VI RULES, or ITEMS NOT ALLOWED, simply scroll down the page and find the document you need. Once there, click on the highlighted link (in red) and you will visit another webpage which will allow you to view or download the document. Also, you can find the document you want under "LABELS" down the right side of the page.

Saturday, March 10, 2012


A complete list of students placing first, second or third place and honorable mention by division at the Region VI Science and Engineering Fair which was held at UL-Lafayette on February 24, 2024 can be found at: Winners for 2024 Virtual Region VI SEF to download.

Thursday, October 28, 2010


Click on Entry Form to download a copy.

Make sure you print out the proper form. Both Junior Division and Senior Division forms are available at the link. This form is needed for entry into the Region VI Science & Engineering Fair with complete information.

Wednesday, September 22, 2010


The Official Rules Book for the Louisiana Region VI Science Fair for 2023-2024 can be downloaded and printed out. Use as a reference. There is much information contained about the fair date, time to set up projects, when judging and awards will be done, and some restrictions on project materials.

For Parish coordinators, please read very carefully the part that describes how a Parish submits project paperwork for Region VI competition.
UL-Lafayette can no longer accept cash payments, so checks need to be issued from the school or parish level.

Click on Louisiana Region VI Rules to download.

Friday, September 17, 2010


A student may type their Research Plan on plain paper but all students need to use the guidelines from the Research Plan below. For more detailed guidelines for the Research Plan, click on "DOCUMENTS" in the "LINKS" column and scroll down the page once at the ISEF site.

For a copy, click on Research Plan .

Monday, August 23, 2010


The following slideshow was created by the Intel Society for Science organizers and may prove useful to either coordinators and/or teachers who are helping students develop their science fair projects for next March.

To view the slides one at a time or download all the slides, click on View Slides .


All students must have an Abstract on the Abstract Form to participate in all of the science fairs for 2023-2024.

Click on Abstract Form to download.

There is a version on the ISEF site that allows you to type in all of the information. You can find it through the "DOCUMENTS" links on the page. Make sure to use the 22 category version!

Thursday, April 15, 2010


The first thing a student should do before starting a new project is run through the "RULES WIZARD" found in the "LINKS" column to the right.

If a student plans on doing a project that has the potential to violate the rules set forth by the Society for Science, the "RULES WIZARD" will indicate these problems.

EVERY project needs the following forms : 1, 1A, 1B, Abstract on the Abstract form, and a Research Plan. To participate in the Region VI Science & Engineering Fair, an Entry Form needs to be filled out for each project. Team projects must have a form 1B for EACH member. Any additional forms identified by the "RULES WIZARD" need to be filled out also. ALL FORMS MUST BE FILLED OUT PRIOR TO ANY EXPERIMENTATION. The approval date on Form 1B must be BEFORE the experiment start date on Form 1A. If the experiment start date on Form 1A is before the approval date on Form 1B, then it shows the experiment started before it was actually approved. The rules are set up to make sure that young people don't injure themselves, or other people or animals, so Form 1B should always be the first one filled out. Please do not ask us to post-date signatures or fax us paperwork at the last minute. If the forms are done properly beforehand, then the student will be cleared for competition at the SCHOOL, PARISH, REGIONAL, STATE, and INTERNATIONAL competitions. The forms are available using the "DOCUMENTS" link, which directs one to the Society for Science website. The Abstract Form, Entry Form, Region VI Rules are all available on the Region VI website.

On this point we ask all parents and teachers and coordinators to please assist the students.

It is definitely best for the student to type in all the information on the forms found in the "DOCUMENTS" link to the right, and then print the forms out. It looks much neater and more professional. Then the signatures can be obtained.

Please follow the directions closely. If there are any questions, email me at or .