Middle School WEBChallenge

A Web Design Competition in Collaboration with HowStuffWorks

TAG-Ed’s Middle School WEBChallenge is designed to engage Georgia students in the latest technology with hands-on design experience.

Each year, students will develop websites based on a pre-determined theme. The websites are then judged on several aspects of site design by local developers and professionals. In addition to recognizing student teams, the Middle School WEBChallenge honors and rewards the educators who serve as team sponsors and/or mentors.

In collaboration with the Atlanta Science Festival and HowStuffWorks the 2016 Middle School WEBChallenge explored How Stuff Will Work: In Space! The competition invited students to identify a problem and then propose a solution for it via space technology.

Frequently Asked Questions

How are websites judged?

Industry professionals from business, technology, and education serve as volunteer judges, objectively evaluating each submission in a wide array of categories, including layout, graphics, usability, content, and community impact. Twenty finalist websites are then evaluated by a group of judges from HowStuffWorks.com, who then narrow the pool to four team finalists. For more detailed information about judging, please refer to the WEBChallenge Program Guide.

 

Who were the 2016 WEBChallenge winners?
  1. Quantum Energy Group
    Jefferson Middle School
    http://futurebattery.weebly.com/
  1. Supersonics
    Lighthouse Tutoring & Enrichment
    http://awesomegirl348.wix.com/fusionfuelmoondust
  1. Pierce Team 1
    Pierce County Middle School
    http://pcmsfutureofspace.weebly.com/
  1. Team Li
    Crabapple Middle School
    http://aerofiber.weebly.com/
  1. Lanier Team 5
    Lanier Middle School
    http://spoctorinnovation.wixsite.com/spoctor
  1. Cosmic Storm
    Southeast Bulloch Middle School
    https://b4ecf3bb326fe580f72fceedf73f20e30599313e.googledrive.com/host/0B1WdkyC53wNXQXQ0anZPZUl4Nmc/index.html
  1. Lanier Team 2
    Lanier Middle School
    https://sites.google.com/a/lanierms.org/the-space-project/
  1. Lanier Team 11
    Lanier Middle School
    https://sites.google.com/a/lanierms.org/discover-the-universe/
  2. Lanier Team 1
    Lanier Middle School
    https://sites.google.com/a/lanierms.org/r-c-space-car-twist/
  1. SpaceLads
    Atlanta Neighborhood Charter School
    http://spacelads.wixsite.com/spacelads
  1. Eco Space
    Griffin Middle School
    http://ecospace.my-free.website/
  1. Anti-Matter
    Piney Grove Middle School
    http://antimattertoearth.weebly.com/
  1. Couch Team 1
    Couch Middle School
    http://asteroiddefenseimpact.weebly.com/
  1. Rapid Rockets
    Ridgeview Charter Middle School
    http://rapidlyreusablerockets.weebly.com/
  1. Energy Scouters
    Fulton Science Academy
    http://anjaliandameyaspace.weebly.com/
  1. Beyond Apollo
    http://space-hotels.webflow.io/
  1. Radioactive Waste
    Piney Grove Middle School
    http://cleantheearthspacetech.weebly.com/
  1. Couch Team 3
    Couch Middle School
    http://terraformingkepler22b.weebly.com/
  1. Amana
    Amana Academy
    http://spaceexplorers2018.weebly.com/
  1. Lanier Team 28
    Lanier Middle School
    https://sites.google.com/a/lanierms.org/j-w-science/
How do I sign up for Middle School WEBChallenge?

Check back in December 2016 for details on the 2017 Middle School WEBChallenge.

Who can participate?

Participation in the Middle School WEBChallenge is open for all Georgia middle school students in grades 6-8.

How large can teams be?

Teams can have as many as 2-4 students.

How many mentors can a team have?

Each team is required to have one school-approved adult advisor or school faculty member.

Questions? Comments? Concerns?

Contact Katie Dion (TAG-Ed).

Need more info? Download the Middle School WEBChallenge flyer (PDF).

Fast Facts

The Middle School WEBChallenge started in 2013 in collaboration with Atlanta Science Festival and How Stuff Works. See how we’ve grown:

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