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Trophies will be awarded for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd places along with two honorable mentions. First and second place winners will be sent to A.C.T.E. for entry in the State Fair. In addition, door prizes will be awarded to participants and observers.

Complimentary refreshments will be served throughout the day. In addition to this, we will be serving pizzas, hamburgers, hotdogs, and cokes for lunch. As we did last year, we will be using more than one pizza restaurant to keep the pizzas coming on time. THERE WILL BE NO ENTRY FEE CHARGED TO ANYONE.

As in the past, we will be offering scholarships to interested seniors. Please have interested seniors tell us at the fair and indicate on their application form.

We are asking you to XEROX copies of the REGISTRATION FORM and pass out to your students. If a student or faculty member just wishes to observe, we ask that you still fill out the form so that we will know how many people to estimate for refreshments and lunch.

If you have been to the Computer Fair before, you know what it is like. If you have never been to the Computer Fair, come and bring your students to see what other schools are doing. There is no charge for this event and we schedule the event so that we can get you back to your school by the 3:00 bell.

Please return the completed REGISTRATION FORM back by February 10, 2017. We must have the forms postmarked no later than February 10, 2017 to insure your students will be properly registered.

There will be five levels as follows:

  • LEVEL 1: Grades 3 & 4
  • LEVEL 2: Grades 5 & 6
  • LEVEL 3: Grades 7 & 8
  • LEVEL 4: Grades 9 & 10
  • LEVEL 5: Grades 11 & 12
There will be fourteen competition categories.
Category Levels
1. General Applications – Individual All Levels
2. General Applications – Groups All Levels
3. Multimedia Projects – Individual All Levels
4. Multimedia Projects – Groups All Levels
5. Website Creation – Individual
– can be by Individuals OR (not and) Groups
All Levels
6. Website Creation – Groups All Levels
7. Video Production – Individual All Levels
8. Video Production – Groups All Levels
9. Hardware/Robotics – Individual
– can be by Individuals OR (not and) Groups
All Levels
10. Hardware/Robotics – Groups All Levels
11. Computer Programming – Individual
– can be by Individuals OR (not and) Groups
All Levels
12. Computer Programming – Groups All Levels
13. Information Technology – Individuals ONLY All Levels
14. Team Programming – Groups ONLY Levels 3, 4, & 5
The criteria for the competition categories will be the same as last year.

If you have any questions, call us at 800/231-3752 (toll-free) or 251/580-2149 (direct). We would love to see you at the fair!