Science Fair and Science Symposium
Each year several students conduct independent science research and compete at a regional science fair and a regional science symposium. Bayfield students have experienced great success - many Bayfield students have qualified for the National Junior Science & Humanities Symposium and the Intel International Science & Engineering Fair.
Recent research projects have involved the aquatic food web of the Apostle Islands region of Lake Superior, aeration of aquaculture ponds, and chicken feces as a fertilizer for blueberry plants.
Bayfield's National Science Symposium (JSHS) and International Science Fair (ISEF) qualifiers.
- 1996,1997 Chris Livingston (ISEF), Superconductor Fabrication and Superconducting Motor
- 1998 Jenny Meyers (ISEF), Alternative to Anesthetizing Coaster Brook Trout
- 1998 Bruce Halvorson & Kenny Andrews (ISEF), Temperature and Lift of an Airfoil
- 2001 Brian Boyd (ISEF), Profile of Air Flow in a Wind Tunnel
- 2006 Hannah Erickson (JSHS), Gender of Students and Teachers in Science Electives
- 2007 Taylor Heckman (JSHS), Rim Thickness and Precision of .22 Bullets
- 2008 Forrest Howk (JSHS & ISEF), Length of Ice Road Season - 150 Year History
- 2008 Peter Atkins (ISEF), Insects and Apple Varieties
- 2009 Joe DePerry (JSHS & ISEF), Effect of Stripping Bark from Wiigwaasi Mitig
- 2009, 2010 Stephanie LaPointe (JSHS & ISEF), Body Temperature of Training Sled Dogs
- 2010 Gena Gephart (ISEF), Lake Superior Seiche
- 2011, 2012 Ali Gephart (JSHS & ISEF), Lake Superior Seiche and Apostle Islands Currents
- 2012 Sophie Howk (JSHS), Stable Isotope Ratios of Apostle Islands Eaglets
- 2013 Shania Leask (JSHS), Chicken Feces as a Fertilizer for Blueberry Plants
- 2013, 2014 Ellie Hoopman (JSHS), Stable Isotope Ratios of Apostle Islands Fish Species
- 2014 Emily Hoopman, (JSHS) Analysis of Planktonic Base of Apostle Islands Food Web