Welcome to the
Illinois Junior Academy of science
Region 2 - Chicago Non-Public Schools Science Exposition


About Us

Board of
Directors

Become an
IJAS
Supporter

Honor Roll of Supporters

 

2014-15 Calendar
of Events
Science 

Member Schools

 

Student
Board

Student Board Application

IJAS Region 2 Membership Form

Print the above form and mail with your check to:
Lucille Kozanecki
8613 N. Oleander
Niles, IL  60714

IJAS State Membership Form

Region Awards

Special Awards

Note:  Send your student's abstracts to Susan Moy.  She has a new email address, blkrhino222@gmail.com

 

 

Judging Guidelines

Judges Submitted

Form for registering Poster (formally Project) session judges

 

 

2015 Science Exposition Students Eligible for State Exhibition

Paper Session Results

2015 Awards Ceremony

SIU Information

 

Data Entry Forms

 

Helpful Links

2012 - 2014 IJAS Policy
& Procedure

Manual

 

 

Welcome to the official website of the Illinois Junior Academy of Science Region 2 Chicago Non=Public Schools' Science Exposition (IJAS Region 2).  This page is designed to be both easy and informative.  On the pages, you can check the dates and contact information for all Region 2 events.  Region 2 follows the state IJAS Policy and Procedure Manual.  You can download it at the IJAS state website, www.ijas.org

 

                                       

 

The aims and objectives of the Illinois Junior Academy of Science Region 2 are numerous. Most important is the fact that the Illinois Junior Academy of Science Region 2 has the interest of the science student at heart. It is an organization that exists solely for the benefit of students. It gives to students who will not necessarily become a science specialist some insight into the problems and methods of thinking that are particular to the scientist but applicable to other occupations, information concerning new investigations and discoveries in science, and an understanding of the science-produced equipment used. It encourages students with special ability and interest in science to go beyond the limits of the classroom in developing their own ideas and perhaps aiding them in their progress towards a career in science.