Welcome to the Frontenac, Lennox and Addington Science Fair / Expo-Sciences de Frontenac, Lennox et Addington

Congratulations to all the students who participated in the 2018 FLASF Science Fair.

Click links for 2018 Award Winner list and photos the Awards Ceremony and the 2018 Fair.

We had 285 student presenting 241 projects!  Thank you to everyone who supported FLASF 2018, from our sponsors and special awards donors, to teachers and parents, and to our 288 judges, 43 high school volunteers, 8 workshop presenters, 13 adult volunteers and 16 FLASF committee members.  Our Keynote Speaker, Dr. Merritt Turetsky, challenged us to keep our North cold by limiting our contributions to carbon emissions.  We hope to see everyone back next year!

Our Best of Fair winners:    Lydia Elbatarny, Gold;   Leila Smaili; Silver;     Adrienne Scott, Bronze;    Kira Allen, Bronze;    Bryn Bain, Honorable Mention, and Alex Chan, Alternate.  Best of Fair winners will be representing FLASF at the Canada Wide Science Fair in May 2018 in Ottawa, Ontario.  They will be joining 500 other regional winners from across Canada.


The Frontenac, Lennox and Addington Science Fair (FLASF) is an annual event that provides an opportunity for Grades 5 to 12 students in the region to showcase their knowledge, talents and ingenuity in science, engineering and technology. The 48th Frontenac Lennox and Addington Science Fair, will be held on Thursday 28 March 2019 and Friday 29 March 2019 at McArthur Hall, Queen’s University! Read more...

Lots of Helpful Information Available for Students, Teachers, Parents, Judges and Sponsors!

Students: Visit the Student Pages for complete information to help prepare your FLASF 2019 project.  Also, look at our list of special awards:  there are over $20,000 in cash, summer camps, book, internships and travel awards to the Canada Wide Science Fair to be won!

Teachers: Visit the Teachers Page for FLASF 2019 information, including advice on how to organize a school fair, how to attend the Day 2-of-Fair with your class and workshops.

Parents: Visit the Parents Page for information on how you can help your child prepare for the regional science fair.  Take a look at the Special Awards page for a description of the cash, summer camps, book and internships that can be won at FLASF.

Judges: The regional science fair depends on volunteer judges. Visit the Judges Page to see how to register as a judge for this year's fair.

Sponsors: The regional science fair depends on sponsorship. Thank you for your continued support. Check out the Sponsor Page for those institutions and businesses that support our regional science fair.

If you have any questions about the Frontenac Lennox & Addington Science Fair, please ask at Contact Us