Homeschool Friendly Contests and Competitions
There are many contests and competitions open to homeschool students. You'll find a list of contests and competitions here with a profile of each one, providing the important details. You'll want to check back often!
This years theme for the Subway Sandwich contest is “Make It Happen! Contest” To enter the Subway Sandwich contest, have your child write a story about a personal accomplishment that tells how your child eats healthy, stays active, or limits recreational screen time.
This years theme for the annual Doodle 4 Google contest is “What I Wish for the World.” Homeschooled students are invited to participate in the competition to create a new design for the Google homepage logo centered around this years theme.
Sylvan Dell Publishing is sponsoring their first Picture Book Writing Competition for homeschooled students. The author of the winning manuscript will receive a $200 prize and the consideration for the winning manuscript to be published in 2009.
Create a great invention to help around the house and you could win a tirp to New York City.
HSLDA is sponsoring their annual poetry contest. Deadline postmarked by June 1, 2008.
ExploraVision is a competition for students of all interest, skill, and ability levels in grades K-12.
Kate Harper Designs is seeking out submissions for their Greeting Card Contest to select quotes for their "Kid's Quotes" greeting card line.
Arbor Day National Poster Contest is open to homeschool students. Information provided for the current contest.