The Montana Academy of Sciences Junior Academy is a program that gives high school math and science students the opportunity to present their research paper to peers and professional researchers.
Traditionally, the presenters of four top-ranked papers are invited to attend the yearly meeting of the American Jr. Academy of Sciences with travel expenses for the two top-ranked papers offset by awards provided by the Montana Academy of Sciences. You can read about the experiences of past award winners on our Montana Junior Academy of Sciences Award Winners page.
Here is a sample paper (.doc) following the proper guidelines.
Please take note that this year the registration deadline (you can register online) for the MAS Annual Meeting is March 1.