2023 FCSTC Updates:
- The 2023 Fulton County Student Technology Competition (FCSTC) will be held in person on 12/9 (Saturday) at Riverwood High School from 8AM to 4:30PM.
- All 3rd -12th grade Fulton County students are eligible to enter a student-created technology project that aligns with one of these CATEGORIES. Projects are to be designed and created by students. This cannot be a whole-class assigned project.
- Registration can only be completed by your local school competition liaison.
- A student (either as an individual or as a team up to 2 members) can only register for ONE competition category.
- Only ONE project entry is allowed for each competition category by division.
- Projects may be submitted by an individual or up to two members. Individuals and teams of two compete against each other.
- Read the category descriptions before you select your project category. No changes can be made when a student registration is submitted. Student projects will be judged based on the category for which they are registered. Changes in category WILL NOT be made for any reason after submission. Projects will be judged by the category under which the project was submitted.
- Some adult guidance is allowed, but it must be clear that the work was done by the student(s).
- Judges will expect students to demonstrate that the work is their own during the 10-minute in-person interview on site. Please go to the Competition Q&A page for more details.
- By 9/30, student participants must talk to your local school liaisons. A student may only register for one project (same rule as GaSTC). Only ONE entry (one individual OR one team of two) is allowed per category by division (same rule as GaSTC). Those who compete in the virtual Programming Challenge CAN ALSO register for one project with the FCSTC (same rule as GaSTC).
- By 10/20, local school liaisons must complete the school fair if necessary (not required).
- By 10/26, local school liaisons must complete all FCSTC registration (link coming soon). No registration extension will be granted.
- More information on the virtual Programming Challenge directly with GaSTC will become available in late November.