Elementary Division (4th and 5th grades and elementary class projects)
Junior and Senior Divisions (6th - 12th grades)
Animal Science -study of animals-animal genetics, ornithology, Ichthyology, herpetology, entomology, animal ecology, paleontology, cellular physiology, circadian rhythms, animal husbandry, cytology, histology, animal physiology, Invertebrate neurophysiology, studies of Invertebrates.
Behavioral and Social Sciences -Human and animal behavior, social and community relationships-- psychology, sociology, anthropology, archaeology, ethology, ethnology, linguistics, learning, perception, urban problems, reading problems, public opinion surveys, educational testing.
Biochemistry -Chemistry of life processes-molecular biology, molecular genetics, enzymes, photosynthesis, blood chemistry, protein chemistry, food chemistry, hormones.
Chemistry -study of nature and composition of matter and laws governing it-physical chemistry, organic chemistry (other than biochemistry), inorganic chemistry, materials, plastics, fuels, pesticides, metallurgy, soil chemistry.
Computer Science -study and development of computer hardware, software engineering, internet networking and communications, graphics (including human interface), simulations / virtual reality or computational science (including data structures, encryption, coding and information theory).
Earth and space Sciences -Geology, minerology, physiography, oceanography, meteorology, climatology, astronomy, speleology, seismology, geography.
Engineering -Technology; projects that directly apply scientific principles to manufacturing and practical uses-civil, mechanical, aeronautical, chemical, electrical, photographic, sound, automotive, marine, heating and refrigerating, transportation, environmental engineering.
Environmental Science -study of pollution (air, water, and land) sources and their control; ecology. Gerontology -study of the aging process In living organisms.
Mathematics -Development of formal logical systems or various numerical and algebraic computations, and the application of these principles-calculus, geometry, abstract algebra, number theory, statistics, complex analysis, probability.
Medicine and Health -study of diseases and health of humans and animals-dentistry, pharmacology, pathology, ophthalmology, nutrition, sanitation, pediatrics, dermatology, allergies, speech and hearing.
Microbiology -Biology of microorganisms-bacteriology, virology, protozoology, fungi, bacterial genetics, yeast.
Physics -Theories, principles, and laws governing energy and the effect of energy on matter-solid state, optics, acoustics, particle, nuclear, atomic, plasma, superconductivity, fluid and gas dynamics, thermodynamics, semiconductors, magnetism, quantum mechanics, biophysics.
Plant Science -study of plant life-agriculture, agronomy, horticulture, forestry, plant taxonomy, plant physiology, plant pathology, plant genetics, hydroponics, algae.