East Atlanta Technology Competition

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At Rockdale Career Academy

January 26, 2019

Click here for Results from 2018 East Atlanta Tech Fair

If you have a great project idea, it is not too early to begin working on your technology fair project.  See your school’s Digital Learning Specialist for more details.  Awards will be given out during the East Atlanta Technology Competition on January 26, 2019 at Rockdale Career Academy.

•  All Participants MUST register no later than January 5, 2019.

•  Click Here to Register (Registration opens late fall 2018) 
 Students can only enter one category plus Tech Literacy Challenge.

 Open to students from schools in Clayton, Henry, Newton and Rockdale counties.

  Students may compete either individually or as a team of two.

•  All students must present their project during their assigned Tech Fair time slot on January 27, 2018 at Rockdale Career Academy. (At least 1 member of a team is required to present)             

 All first place winners from regional technology fairs in grades 3-12 may participate in the State Technology Competition in Macon on March 10, 2018. The winners from across the state come together to compete each year in the categories listed in this website. Regional competition is required to enter state competition. Possible Scholarship awards to Seniors with outstanding entries. Prizes and awards will be given out at the state fair to all grade levels and categories.

•  Grade level divisions are as follows:

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

Grades 7-12 ONLY in Tech Programming Challenge category.

 Contact Gena Jeselnik with questions at


The East Atlanta Technology Fair uses the same Categories and Rubrics as the Georgia Student Technology Competition.


3D Modeling
Audio Production
Device Modification
Digital Game Design
Digital Photo Production
Graphic Design
Internet Applications
Mobile Apps
Multimedia Applications
Productivity Design
Programming Challenge
Project Programming
Tech Literacy Challenge
Video Production


Georgia Student Technology Competition