The Winners of OCSEF 2020 are…

University High School and Villa Park High School are the big winners in the 65th Annual Orange County Science and Engineering Fair Awards, 2020.

The winners in the 20 categories of the Orange County Science and Engineering Fair for 2020 have been announced! For the first time in the Fair’s history the fair was held virtually, due to coronavirus outbreak.

“Student winners were emailed on April 3rd,” wrote Prasanthi Sathyaprakash, President of Orange County Science & Engineering Fair in a statement. “We will be sending medals to all participants and this will be mailed to the address on our OCSEF file by the end of May. We wish you good luck in your future endeavors and look forward to seeing you one and all in our OCSEF 2021! Please be safe!”

The full list of winners, that includes this year students from 52 schools, is now available on OCSEF’s new website. The big winners in this years’ fair are University High School and Villa Park High School, that took home 12 awards each, followed by Westminster High School and Fairmont Private Schools (Historic Anaheim Campus) that took home 9 awards each.

We would love to feature winning students and teachers on our website in the coming months. If you are interested in being featured, please write to us.

Below is the list of schools in alphabetical order, and the number of awards received this year. See you at OCSEF 2021!!

  • Aliso Niguel High School (1)
  • Beacon Park School (6)
  • Bonita Canyon (2)
  • Brywood Elementary (2)
  • Calvary Chapel High School (1)
  • Capistrano Valley High School (1)
  • Carden Hall (3)
  • College Park (3)
  • Cornelia Connelly High School (2)
  • Cypress Village Elementary School (4)
  • Del Cerro Elementary School (3)
  • Fairmont Private Schools – Historic Anaheim Campus (9)
  • Fairmont Private Schools – Anaheim Hills (3)
  • Fairmont Private Schools – North Tustin Campus (3)
  • Heritage Oak Private Education (3)
  • Jeffrey Trail Middle School (2)
  • Lakeside Middle School (8)
  • Las Flores Middle School (2)
  • Lexington Junior High School (3)
  • Marine View Middle School (1)
  • maculae Middle School (1)
  • McPherson Magnet (5)
  • New Horizon (3)
  • Northwood High School (4)
  • Olinda Elementary School (3)
  • Orchard Hills Middle School (1)
  • Pegasus Middle School (1)
  • Portola High School (8)
  • Portola Springs Elementary (4)
  • Rancho San Joaquin Middle School (3)
  • Renascence School International Orange County (1)
  • Sage Hill School (5)
  • San Juan Hills High School (1)
  • Santiago High School (3)
  • Santiago Hills Elementary (3)
  • Serrano Intermediate School (2)
  • Sierra Vista Middle School (1)
  • South Lake Middle School (6)
  • St. Margaret’s Episcopal School (1)
  • Stone Creek Elementary (5)
  • Stratford Schools, Mission Viejo (4)
  • Northwood High School (1)
  • Talbert (Samuel E.) Middle School (4)
  • Tesoro High School (1)
  • Troy High School (2)
  • Turtle Rock Elementary (2)
  • University High School (12)
  • Villa Park High School (12)
  • Vista Verde (2)
  • West Park Elementary (3)
  • Westminster High School (9)
  • Woodbridge High School (4)

1 Comment

  • Heather Rydzeski says:

    Thank you for another wonderful experience for my students at this years OCSEF, especially during such a challenging time! We truly enjoy participating in this, and I am so proud of my students’ hard work! My primary reason for commenting is to say thank you, and I would also be honored to be featured as a teacher or for any of my students to be featured as mentioned in this article.
    With Gratitude,
    Heather Rydzeski
    Stratford Middle School Science Teacher

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