1675 Hembree Road

Alpharetta GA 30009


Registrations began on Wednesday, December 20, 2012 


Please click HERE to register!

NO registrations accepted after Friday, January 24, 2014!!!


Registration and Fees:


All private and home school students in grades 3-12 within Georgia may participate in the Fair. Grade level divisions are as follows:


  • Grades 3-4
  • Grades 5-6
  • Grades 7-8
  • Grades 9-10
  • Grades 11-12


Note: Hardware category divisions are 7-8, 9-10, and 11-12 ONLY

Note: Individual Programming Challenge category divisions are 7-8, 9-10, and 11-12 ONLY.No team entries for this category.


Students register by their current grade level. There is no separate team competition. You may have up to 2 people on a team but teams and individuals will compete against each other within each grade grouping.


Projects for each category must be unique and cannot be entered in more than one category. Students may enter only one project, and may additionally enter the Technology Literacy Challenge and the Programming Challenge. 


All students must complete their registration on-line through this website. Mailed registration forms will not be accepted. The non-refundable registration fee for each student is $10. If a team submits an entry, each team member must pay the $10 fee.


After the registration deadline, you will be contacted to confirm the category of your project to prevent confusion on the day of the fair. 


Remember to send all fees to:


Fulton Science Academy Private School
attn: Kenan Sener
1675 Hembree Road 

Alpharetta, Georgia 30009


Fees must be postmarked no later than January 24. Checks should made out to Fulton Science Academy Private School  and MUST have "Tech Fair" in the memo area of the check, as well as each registrant’s full name and a contact phone number on the check. Fees are not refundable. No registrations or fees will be taken at the fair.


Please register carefully. 


1-  Type your name as you want it to appear on all records. All participant information will be merged from the registration form. If you spell your name without capital letters, then your information will not have capital letters. Misspellings will also not be corrected. It is your responsibility to enter the correct information.


2- Type your email contact address carefully. We use this to confirm your registration. Registrations without email addresses will not be accepted. Participants with invalid email addresses will miss important updates and information about the fair. The Tech Fair is NOT responsible for missed information or changes sent in emails to invalid email addresses. 


3- Teams should only fill out ONE registration form with both student's name on it.DO NOT fill out separate forms for each member.


4-  Read the category descriptions before you select your project category. No changes will be made after the project has been confirmed. After that time, students’ projects will be judged based on the category for which they registered. Changes in category WILL NOT be made for any reason the day of the fair. Projects will be judged by the rubric of the category under which the project was submitted.


IMPORTANT!! Registration confirmations will be emailed on January 24, 2014. If you have registered for the Fair and do not receive an email by January 24, please contact us immediately at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  





Note: Due to overwhelming interest in Tech Fair, students may enter only ONE (1) project. Projects may be submitted from an individual or up to two team members. Individuals and teams of two compete against each other. The only competition in which there is a separate award for individuals and teams is in the Programming Challenge category.


Students may enter one project plus participate in the Programming Challenge and the Technology Literacy Challenge.


Projects are to be designed and created by students. Some adult guidance is allowed, but it must be clear that work entered by students was done by the students. Judges will expect students to demonstrate that the work is their own.


Notebooks will not be required this year. Students will fill out and submit a Project Submission Form online.


Attendance, Errors, Etc:


Read the category descriptions before you select your project category. No changes will be made after the project has been registered and confirmed. After that time, students’ projects will be judged based on the category for which they registered. Changes in category WILL NOT be made for any reason the day of the fair. Projects will be judged by the category under which the project was submitted.


Students unable to present their projects, even due to illness, may NOT use "proxies" unless they are part of the original, registered team representing a project.





Sunday, January 26th


  • 1:00 pm: Check in and set up. Students receive their judging time when they check in.
  • 1:00 pm: Project Setup and Parent and Guest Project Previewing
  • 2:00 pm: Judging begins. (Only students and judges allowed on floor)
  • 5:00 pm: Awards Ceremony (estimated time)




Sunday, January 26th


  • 1:00 pm: Sign In
  • 1:15 pm: Orientation
  • 2:00 pm : Judging begins


Setup Specifics:


Approximately one third of a table and one electrical outlet will be provided by the host. ALL equipment needed, such as computers, monitors, cables, VCRs, TVs, laser discs, CD-ROMs, multi-outlet power strips, extension cords, etc., must be provided by the participants. NO projection devices or trifold project boards may be used. All software used in the project must be pre-loaded on the computers. Peripheral devices such as printers, scanners, or cameras are not necessary at the fair unless they help in the presentation. However, students must be able to describe how these devices were used if asked by judges.


Students and schools are responsible for the safety and security of their equipment and software, not the fair host.



Sunday, January 26th


  • 1 pm: Sign In
  • 1:15 pm: Orientation
  • 2:00 pm: Judging begins


Judging Guidelines:


All projects will be judged by the following:


  • Originality—Was the entry original, creative, and imaginative in content and implementation?
  • Clarity—Was the student presentation to the judge clear? (Nervousness will not count against the student)
  • Documentation—Did the student follow the documentation sheet guidelines?
  • Appropriateness—Was the technology/software used appropriately matched?
  • Design—Does the overall design support the project purpose?


At the time of the judging, students will be required to:


  • Use the program or applications software to demonstrate their projects.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the software as it relates to the project.
  • Explain the various aspects of the creation of the project.
  • Defend their choice of software for the project.
  • Show their documentation to the judges.
  • Answer judges' questions about the project.


Judges will use a rubric constructed for each specific category. Rubrics are used by judges to help determine the rankings, but are not hard "scores." They are only part of the overall evaluation process. Rubrics are also a good guide for students to prepare for judging.


Click here to view all rubrics


Students should be prepared to explain and demonstrate the highlights of their project in no more than 15 minutes.

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