Eligible students in grades K–12 nationwide can share their art with professional photographer judges for a chance to win prize packages valued up to $1,200, thanks to a contest hosted by K12 Competitions.
Last year, one of the semi-finalists was Emily Leguire, a then-tenth grader in Indiana who’s enrolled at Indiana Gateway Digital Academy.
This year’s theme is “In Focus,” and judges hope to see what students can create with their full imagination and skill set. Categories include DLSR Lens Master, Smartphone Shots and Film Photography.
K12 Competitions spotlight student talent and creativity on a national stage. Participating students can meet peers with similar interests from across the country, connect with professional judges, and win great prizes. Plus, these competitions aren’t just for students enrolled in K12-powered schools—all eligible school-aged students across the U.S. can enter.
Students must submit their photo by 5 p.m. (ET) on Oct. 16, 2023.
Indiana’s K12-powered network of online public schools serves K-12 grade students throughout the state who are ready to take charge of their futures. Indiana parents have options for tuition-free and tuition-assisted online schools in the state.
Each K12-powered online virtual school in Indiana provides students access to a robust online curriculum in the core subjects with a host of electives and live virtual classes taught by state-certified teachers.
About K12 Indiana
K12, a Stride Company (NYSE: LRN), offers learners of all ages a more effective way to learn and build skills for their future. For more information about K12-powered schools in Indiana, visit k12.com/indiana-online-schools.