High School Video Contest
2022 Contest Winners
Participants in the 2022 contest did an amazing job producing entertaining and creative 30-60 second video PSAs that answered the question, “How Can You Encourage Water Conservation At School?” – exploring all the ways you can encourage or influence a water conservation movement at school. Eighty-five students worked individually or in teams to submit thirty-two entries. Congratulations to our winners!
Jada Cannon, Sierra Carter, Elisa Goodyear, Alicia Weans – Sprayberry High School, Cobb County
Anthony Reyes Gonzalez, Sydney Le, Han Tran – Elite Scholars Academy, Clayton County
Alexandra Johnson – Walton High School, Cobb County
Oscar del Amo, Jada Doss – Elite Scholars Academy, Clayton County
Jaylen Grant, Madison McCray, Mekhi Woods – Elite Scholars Academy, Clayton County
Tyler Brown, Adrina Doherty – Elite Scholars Academy, Clayton County
This year, we encouraged students to use the following resources to craft their videos. If you are interested in learning more ways you can encourage water conservation at school or in your community, check out these links:
- My Drop Counts
- U.S. EPA Saving Water in Educational Facilities
- U.S. EPA Water Conservation Tips for Schools
- U.S. EPA WaterSense 10 Minute Challenge
A Spanish-Language PSA Partnership
We are proud to offer the opportunity for students to create a Spanish-language PSA for our contest. Spanish is the second-most commonly spoken language in the 15-county region, and we are hopeful that our PSA messaging through this contest will reach more residents than ever before!
This year, we were thrilled with TelevisaUnivision to promote the High School Video Contest within the Spanish-speaking community.