Science fiction Writing Contest high school

The new theme,“Science in Fiction” was inspired by the mission of the Science & Entertainment Exchange,a program of the National Academy of Sciences. Using scenes from popular science fiction movies,TV shows and video games,students in grades 6-12,will create :30-:90 videos that investigate how science fictional scenes could be realized using current and developing technologies. Click here to learn more!

The Kavli Science Video Contest Winners will be honored in a special USA Science & Engineering Festival EXPO Awards show in Washington,D.C. during the weekend of April 26-27,2014! The contest officially opens for entries on Nov. 1,2013 and closes Mar. 21,2014. Prizes include $2, 000 and a travel stipend to the Festival for the winner.

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Q&A

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How do I write a high school science fair project essay ?

i having a hard time trying to get each part of the essay one page long and it hard.

many web sites of examples of science fair reports. the formats are always the same.

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What Are Some Writing Contests For High School Students In The U.S.?

I want to have an opportunity to write for a competition. i don't want anything with fees (i was told if they ask for a fee it's most likely not worth trying because all they want is your money). other than that, I'll take anything and everything. poetry competitions, short story, fiction, non fiction, etc. thanks to all who answers!

Here are some that I tell my students about:
Teen Ink – written and published by teenagers
Polyphony H.S. – a student-run national literary magazine
Cicada
Teen Voices - girls 13-19 only
The Claremont Review – published twice a year
Poetic Power
Alliance for Young Artists and Authors - a great group! The title says it all.
The Nation
Poetry Nation

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Teaching Science Fiction in High School.


Teen Ink – written and published by teenagers
Polyphony H.S. – a student-run national literary magazine
Cicada
Teen Voices - girls 13-19 only
The Claremont Review – published twice a year
Poetic Power
Alliance for Young Artists and Authors - a great group! The title says it all.
The Nation
Poetry Nation