The Science Challenge, which is being held on March 13, 2010, is a large Science Competition held between Middle and High School students from Brevard, Lake, Marion, Orange, Osceola, Seminole, Sumter, and Volusia counties. The fair is an intermediate event held between the County Science Fairs and the State Science Fair. Participants previously won 1st place in the physical science competition held in their respective county’s Science Fair. There will be 121 students competing, presenting 105 total projects (56 from the Junior Division, 49 from the Senior Division). Brevard county leads with 50 students participating, the most out of any other county. Below is the breakdown of participants from each county:

·    Brevard County – 50 participants
·    Seminole County – 21 participants
·    Volusia County – 12 participants
·    Orange County – 9 participants
·    Lake County – 9 participants
·    Marion County – 8 participants
·    Osceola County – 6 participants
·    Sumter County – 6 participants

We here at the Science Center would like to praise and congratulate all participants and soon-to-be winners of the 2010 Science Challenge! All your hard work that is represented here will pave the way for the future of science and technology. Be proud of your great accomplishment!
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