TSA is a national student organization that provides technology opportunities to increase student imaginations and creativity skills. Students will have the opportunity for personal growth, leadership skill development, and a chance to engage in community service while making lifelong friendships. The TSA student organization will afford students the chance to enhance what they are learning in the classroom.
When students join TSA and continue to be associated with the organization, they will gain a competitive advantage over other job candidates as they seek out their career endeavors. Students will be provided with skills that enhance and develop their mind to embrace new and varied technology. Even if they do not know exactly what their future careers will be, the skills gained through TSA will sustain them throughout their entire life. TSA membership boosts over 190.000 students in both middle and high school encompassing over 2,000 plus schools in 48 states.
Join now and experience the opportunity to travel and compete in regional, state, and national contests.
Below you will find rates for affiliation.
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RATES FOR AFFILIATION
RED CAP (1-10 Members)
AR State: $50
One Advisor: $10
WHITE CAP (11-24 Members)
AR State: $5 per member
National: $10 per member
Advisor: $10 per advisor
BLUE CAP (25 or more Members)
AR State: $125
Don't forget to affiliate by December 31, 2019 and roster all students who may be attending State conference
Arkansas Department of Education,
Division of Career and Technical Education
2019 State TSA Conference Results
The State Conference was a great success with 221 registered. MS and HS Flight Competitions were added this year and were an exciting competition to see kids challenge themselves to try.
Alma High School
who won the high school and middle school divisions respectively overall at the State Conference.
57 Students from 7 schools across Arkansas registered to attend TSA Nationals in Washington DC in July of 2019.
Congratulations to Greenwood Junior High School for winning best overall middle school and Alma High School for winning best overall high school at the River Valley Technology Challenge on October 15, 2019.
Congratulations to Siloam Springs Middle School for winning best overall middle school and North Little Rock Center of Excellence for winning best overall high school at the Delta STEM Challenge on February 7, 2019
All affiliation and registration fees are due by December 31, 2019, for the 2019/2020 school year to be compliant.