ArcGIS Online U.S. School Competition
Submissions close Thursday May 18 at 5 p.m.
High school and middle school students across the United States are using ArcGIS online to explore and create intriguing maps of their communities and world each and every day. Esri and the Missouri Geographic Alliance are challenging Missouri students to create and share maps representing something within their home state. The ArcGIS Online U.S. School Competition 2017 is open to high school (gr. 9-12) and middle school (gr. 4-8) students in the U.S. who can analyze, interpret and present data via an ArcGIS Online presentation, web app or story map. The top five applicants from each age division will receive a monetary prize of $100 and will move of to the national level competition. The top project in each level will travel to San Diego, CA for the 2017 Esri Education Conference.
For resources and contest details, visit the competition home page.
Email submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org and include:
- Student first and last name
- Student grade level and age
- Teacher first and last name
- School name
- url to the map
Winners will need to complete the ESRI Permission and Release Form
**More information from the Missouri Geographic Alliance staff coming soon**