Photography, Art, and Video Contests

October 2016

San Diego County of Education Newsletter link

 

April 29, 2016 Photo Contest Announcement

Name:  The Legischool Project:  2016 Photo Contest – California through my eyes

Amount:  First place winner will receive $150 and four runners-up will receive $100 each.

How do you envision California?  High school students are invited to step behind the lens and capture their quintessential California.  The photo can be of a person, place, or thing – the sky is the limit!  Just submit the following:

Contest Rules

  1. The photo must be your own, original work. ONE entry per student.
  2. Each photo must have an accompanying 150-word essay and signed permission form*.
  3. Single photos only – no collages allowed.
  4. If your photo features another person, and their face is visible, you must obtain their permission to use the photo by having them sign the photo release form*.

Enter the contest online at: csus.edu/calst/contests.html *All forms can be found on our website

Eligibility

Limited to current California high school students including 2016 graduates.


Jackie Robinson Essay Contest

Click here for more information.

Entries due March 11, 2016.


Law Week Poster and Video Contest

Click here for more information.

Entries due March 31, 2016.


Sweetwater Authority’s 2016 High School Photo Contest

Click here for more information.

Entries due by 5:00 pm March 11, 2016.


It’s time for the North Coastal Prevention Coalition annual 420 Remix PSA Contest.  The purpose of the contest is to engage youth in developing messages for their peers to increase youth perception of harm from marijuana use, and decrease marijuana use by youth. The contest is open county-wide to  middle and high school students.  Groups and individuals may enter.  This year NCPC will fund three cash prizes:  1st place – $500, 2nd place – $250 and 3rd  place – $100. There are three topics to pick from:

  • The negative impact of youth marijuana use on physical or emotional health.
  • The negative impact of youth marijuana use on achieving your goals.
  • The negative impact of marijuana legalization on youth marijuana use.

Reminder! There is a strict 30 second video time limit this year.

Get started working on your entry today – more contest details can be found on the NCPC website http://northcoastalpreventioncoalition.org/get-involved/