High School Video Contest
2018 Contest Winners!
Participants in the 2018 contest did an amazing job of producing creative and entertaining 30-60 second video PSAs focused on the theme, “Make Every Drop Count”, exploring the facts about metro Atlanta’s water supply and reasons why we need to be ever vigilant in conserving water. Over 150 students worked individually or in teams and submitted over 50 entries. Congratulations to our contest winners and honorable mentions. Thank you to all students and teachers who participated.
Mark Szilagyi – Saint Francis High School, Fulton County
Carson Hestor, Trenton Falls and Devin Kupka – West Forsyth High School, Forsyth County
Gracie Bissell, April Yang, Adri Rossano and Harleigh Millican – Mill Creek High School, Gwinnett County
Lauren Lee and Claris Lee – Peachtree Ridge High School, Gwinnett County
Hakim Anderson, Dangelo Bowens, Tommy Robinson and Cortez Hardy – D.M. Therrell High School, Fulton County
TJ Bolden – North Cobb High School, Cobb County
About the Contest
High School students demonstrate their creativity while sharing important messages on water quality and conservation through the annual High School Video Contest.
Ninth, tenth, eleventh and twelfth grade students attending schools in Bartow, Cherokee, Clayton, Cobb, Coweta, DeKalb, Douglas, Fayette, Forsyth, Fulton, Gwinnett, Hall, Henry, Paulding and Rockdale counties were invited to participate in the 2018 High School Video Contest. Students are asked to create PSAs on topics including water conservation and stormwater pollution prevention. The videos are shared on our website, over social media and with local public television stations.
If you are a high school student or teacher and would like to be notified of the 2019 contest opening early next year, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.