Step up to the microphone.
K¹² is calling all musicians: Enter the 2014 K¹² Music Showcase!
The Showcase is open to all students across the country in kindergarten through 12th grade. Prizes will be awarded in each grade level. There will also be an overall Best in Show for the entry that blows our judges away!
Find out more today and show us what you've got.
K¹² Art Competition
This annual competition allows students across all K¹² programs to display their artistic talents! Whether it's photography, paint, charcoal, colored pencil or pastels, we encourage all students to participate. The winners receive a copy of their artwork printed on canvas, not to mention national bragging rights!
We invite you to explore the most recent K¹² Art Competition winners gallery to view the amazing talents of past contestants!
Annual K¹² Music Showcase
Can you sing, play an instrument, write your own music? Our annual Music Showcase is just one way students can share what they love to do on the virtual stage. Students of all ages have the opportunity to display their talents—from Bach to Bruce, Mahler to metal—in a safe, online portal for all see
Annual National Spelling Bee
If you've ever worried that online education might somehow limit the kinds of activities your student could enjoy, you might be surprised to know that K¹² sponsors a National Virtual Spelling Bee! The best spellers from participating schools have the chance to compete with students locally, nationally, and internationally. In school, regional, and national Bees, students can take part in the most traditional of all school activities and have some F-U-N at the same time!
This annual competition allows students across all K¹² programs to celebrate national poetry month every April. Each year this contest has a different theme and student write a master piece centered around that theme. The winners receive a trophy and poetry journal, and first-place winners receive a special poetry book of their choice.
This competition allows students across all K¹² programs to display their scientific abilities. Our most recent contest challenged students to create a mobile app that centered around one of the following scientific themes: Earth and the Environment, Space and the Solar System, or Transportation. Winners of this year’s contest received a tablet.