ShowCase Middletown – May 10, 2014
ShowCase is an artistic and academic fair for Christian homeschooled students that gives them the opportunity to display work of superior quality, receive constructive feedback from judges and interact with other homeschooled students.
God has given each student talents and abilities to use for ministry. ShowCase helps students discover, develop and strengthen these talents. Students learn to be faithful to a task in order to complete the set goals. They develop confidence, humility and self-esteem by preparing for and participating in ShowCase.
The goals for students:
define a study or presentation
set up a time schedule
meet a presentation deadline
grow from constructive evaluation
Any Christian homeschool student between eight and eighteen years of age may participate in ShowCase.
Entries will be judged in the following three age groups:
ShowCase uses criteria-based judging in which students strive for a set standard rather than competing against one another. Students will interact with judges who will evaluate their work, and encourage them to sharpen their skills for the glory of God.
All students participating in ShowCase will receive a certificate of recognition and a ribbon. (Participant, Achievement, Well Done or Excellence) The CHEO ShowCase Award is given to those projects and events which stand out among all the other entries in that category. A ShowCase Award does not have to be given in each and every category, even if there were entries in those categories.
It is the participant’s responsibility to read all ShowCase information and adhere to all deadlines and registration requirements.
Please click here to see ShowCase Dates & Deadlines.
Please click here to go to the ShowCase Handbook page.
If you are ready to register for ShowCase, please click below to go to the registration form.
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