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The Chattahoochee Valley Regional Technology Competition is one of 16 preliminary technology fairs in the state that qualify first-place winners to compete in the Georgia Student Technology Competition.  The Chattahoochee Valley Regional Technology Competition is hosted by Brookstone School.

The Technology Competition is open to all home-schooled, public or private-school students in third through twelfth-grade attending school in Muscogee and surrounding counties. 
Please note that Harris county students participate in the West Georgia Regional Tech Fair. 

Regional Competition information:
The Regional Student Technology Competition showcases student talent across 15 categories.  St
udents compete across grade levels as follows:

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

There are multiple categories students may compete in at the Chattahoochee Valley Regional Technology Fair.  Click here for a complete list.   

Students may compete in 1 category plus the Tech Literacy Challenge and/or the Technology Programming Challenge.

TEAMS:  You may work with another person and enter as a team.  If you are not in the same grade, you must compete in the category for the higher grade.

NOTE:  Any project you have created for school is ELIGIBLE to be entered into the Tech Competition.  The only stipulation is that it may not have been entered in a Tech Competition in a prior year.

For more information, please contact:  snell.angeanette.c@muscogee.k12.ga.us

January 20, 2018

Judging Times begin-9:00 a.m.

Awards Ceremony- 2:00 pm

Location:  Brookstone School

440 Bradley Park Drive

Columbus, GA 31904

Check-in will be in the Middle School this year. 

Look for signs!


Registration will close to all participants on January 12, 2018!

Click here to volunteer to be a judge or a non-judging volunteer.

Quick Links

The State Tech Fair will be

March 10, 2018 in Macon, GA.

Georgia Educational Technology Competition


Frequently Asked Questions

1. All non-student material used in this project MUST be cited.
2. All public domain material MUST be labeled as such.
3. If material was not public domain, please note from where permission was obtained.
4. You must present all written permissions to the judges on the day of the fair.