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SUBMIT MANUSCRIPT

Upload Confirmation of Authorship Form Here!
Upload Validation Letter Form Here!
Upload Manuscript Here!

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INSTRUCTIONS

STEP 1.

DOWNLOAD FILES BELOW

STEP 2.

Reorganize your Research Paper via the “MANUSCRIPT TEMPLATE”


STEP 3.

COMPLETELY FILL-OUT AND SIGN THE “Confirmation of Authorship” and “Validation Letter” Forms


STEP 4.

UPLOAD THE REQUIRED DOCUMENTS AND CAREFULLY FILL-IN YOUR INFORMATION INTO THE HSRJ “Submit Manuscript” Tab (this page)


STEP 5.

SUBMIT AND WAIT FOR AN EMAIL RESPONSE


Important Notes:

*Please submit the MANUSCRIPT in "Microsoft Word - .Docx Format" and rename the file with the main author's first and last name before uploading.

*Please upload the “Confirmation” and “Validation Letter” Forms in PDF Format.

​*You will need the assistance of your High School Research Teacher / Research Mentor for the “Validation Letter” Form.

​*Please contact HSRJ@LISMA.EDU regarding any questions you may have.

 

FILES

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CONFIRMATION OF AUTHORSHIP FORM

TO BE COMPLETED BY: AUTHOR(S)

MANUSCRIPT TEMPLATE

VALIDATION LETTER FORM 

TO BE COMPLETED BY:

HS RESEARCH TEACHER / MENTOR

 

ACKNOWLEDGING CREATIVITY

A PROJECT IS A TERRIBLE THING TO WASTE

Needless to say, there are many talented high school students that participate in scientific endeavors that include intra- and extra-institutional activities, including numerous competitions. They all serve to highlight our students’ momentary achievements, which can become lost with time. With the aim of providing both an immediate and sustainable long term method of validating and documenting these achievements, we, at the Long Island Conservatory / LISMA Foundation (Albertson, NY) have created a scientific journal “High School Research Journal”, which will provide a highly visible method to document a student’s scientific contribution as well as archiving them via the Library of Congress journal registration program. This will provide an instantaneous method of demonstrating a person’s high school academic performance for all to see, including evaluating processes.