In order to compete, each school must:
- Complete the intent to participate and indicate TECH as an event for your school
- Register your Tech Olympic Team during the official registration period
- Watch this page and sign-up for a time as soon as the sign-up link is available. It is the teacher’s responsibility to sign up for a specific time slot prior to the competition.
One team of 1-8 members per school is allowed. A team member completes in one or more of the following events:
- Stage management
- Hair and Make-up
Specific tasks for each of these categories are not revealed until the team competes.
Schools must sign-up for a start time for Tech Olympics. (Sign-ups will be available at a later date.)
Students can enter their technical and/or design portfolios for review by professionals at the competition and receive a written and verbal evaluation. Each school is allowed 3 entries.
Students will submit a PDF version of their portfolio to the Tech Competition which will then be uploaded to a website. Students’ work will be displayed digitally throughout the competition as well as during their interviews.
The PDFs must be a portfolio of work showing the student’s design/technical skills. It should include a resume, and any pertinent draftings, renderings, models, photos, sketches, and research designs. Please include high resolution images of three-dimensional items (i.e. costumes, models, etc.) including multiple angles as there will be no physical displays or spaces available.
By entering the Portfolio Presentation Competition students acknowledge that their portfolios may be used during a Tech Portfolio Workshop.
Students will sign up for a time to present their portfolio to the panel of judges. This interview does not affect the portfolio’s score. (Sign-ups will be available at a later date.)
Tech Event Sign-Ups
Must be registered through competition.bard.org in order to sign up for times.
Tech Olympic Start Time Sign-Ups
Please sign up using THIS LINK
Tech Portfolio Submissions- Due Monday, October 2nd at 5pm
Please submit your portfolio using THIS LINK
Tech Olympics Evaluation & Awards
Awards are given to individual event winners in all 6 divisions based on time, execution, and accuracy.
First, second, and third place will be awarded to overall team winners based on cumulative time, execution, and accuracy.
Tech Portfolio Evaluation & Awards
A panel of judges will review the portfolio and judge them based on ease of comprehension, presentation, and overall effect. The judges will provide written and verbal critiques to each participating student.
The panel of judges will consult and pick the top portfolios.
The highest scoring high school senior will receive a scholarship to Southern Utah University. The best overall portfolio will be awarded a scholarship.