At the intersection of passion and scientific rigor, Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School students astounded judges and spectators alike with project presentations at the 24th annual Science and Engineering fair.


A total of 16 students entered the 23rd annual science fair at the regional high school with numerous projects focusing on ways to help protect the environment.


The 21st annual regional high school science fair was held Saturday, with both local and far-reaching conclusions.
Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School will present its 21st annual Science and Engineering Fair on Feb. 7 and 8 at the high school cafeteria.


The regional high school science fair consisted of thirty-six projects that were reviewed by a group of 30 judges, including professional scientists and engineers from the community.


Curtis Fisher won the grand prize at the regional high school's science fair on Saturday. More than 60 students presented their projects at the fair.