Signing up for an account
The first thing you will need to do is create an account on this website if you have not already done so. You will be able to create an online application using this account.
Click on Create New Account in the login section in the right column. Fill in the fields presented in the form. You will need a valid email address. Click the Create New Account button at the bottom of the form.
Check your email for a confirmation message from the website. This should arrive almost immediately although some email systems can take up to an hour. It should not take any longer than that.
Click the link in the email to confirm your email address. At this point you can log into the website. You will be presented with a list of options or applications you may have submitted each time you log in. The list of options will allow you to create a new application.
A single website account can be used to submit more than one application. For example, if a family has more than one student participating in the fair then the same account can be used to create one application per student. Alternatively, each student can create then own account and create their application using that account.
All applications must be created online to participate in the fair. Printed forms must be signed and brought to the fair. Senior division students (grades 9-12) must MAIL their applications in prior to the deadline posted on this web site's calendar.
Teachers will need an account if they want to manage their student applications or create the applications for the students. In the former case, students will have to create an account and then create an application that the teacher will then be able to view and edit. In the latter case, the teacher will have to provide access to the student or enter all the necessary information. This is often the approach used by teachers with students entering the Elementary division. It is possible for each student to enter their own information but the teacher must provide their account information. Alternatively, this could be done at school under the teacher's supervision in which case the teacher could sign in and select the student's application and then allow the student to make the appropriate changes.