Georgia TSA prepares its members to be successful leaders in a technological society through co-curricular activities like communication, leadership, teamwork, and competitive skill development.



Students are exposed to leadership learning and opportunities through officer participation, committee participation, and leadership activities that are incorporated into the classroom and/or chapter meetings.



Offering over 70 competitive events for middle and high school students, TSA events appeal to a wide audience. Events include website design, dragster design, engineering, biotechnology and more!

Dedicated exclusively to students enrolled in engineering & technology education pathway programs.TSA Chapters prepare students to be successful inventors, designers, creative problem solvers, responsible citizens and leaders in a technological society.

Latest News

  • Harlem TSA Wins at Indy!!!

    Congratulations to Harlem High School TSA's Green Power Challenge Team for placing 1st in in the Formula 24 Advanced class and second overall at the historic Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Indiana. 

    The school is the first in their county and in GA to receive the Greenpower Grant to compete in the Greenpower Challenge at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Indiana. Sponsored by the Siemens Corporation, the students were given a battery and a motor. From there it was up to the students to design the fastest car. The team was made up of fifteen Harlem High School students who put their design and hard work to the challenge, and were successful. Many of us are familiar with the Electrathon Cars, this is similar but is promoted by Siemans. The program is an effort to expose students to mechanical engineering, which includes the potential for jobs from marketing to driving.

    GA TSA wants to extend our congratulations to the team, their advisor, David Thibodeau and Columbia County Schools. We are all proud of you!

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  • Congrats to New Board Members

    GA TSA congratulates our new members of the board of directors for the 2017-2020 term. 

    Jess Bush (Swainsboro HS), Angie Quarles (Pickens HS), John "Bubba" Gibbs (Fannin HS), Steven Griffing, (Sims Academy of Innovation and Technology), Mbonya Myers (Rothschild Leadership Acad), Scott Petty (Trion HS), Aaron Parker (Ebenezer Middle School) and our new Corporate member - Noro Swanson (Southern Company)

    We thank you for your dedication and willingness to serve.  

  • Thanks to our 2017 State Conference Sponsors

    GA TSA appreciates our conference sponsors. It is thanks to their generosity that we can provide the travel scholarships to our top placing winners that are registering for the National Conference. The GM Foundation is our Gold Level Sponsor and our friends at the US Army, AT&T Home Solutions and Valdosta State University were Silver Level Sponsor/Advertisers.

  • 2017 State Leadership Conference Final Results

    - Event results

    - Overall Chapter

  • Conference Alerts & Updates

    Conference alerts and updates can be found here: 

  • SLC Results & Notifications

    Conference results can be found here: Semifinalist results will start appearing Thursday morning and will be added as the first round of the events are completed. The finalist results will be made availible after the awards session Saturday.


    Also, view the 'User Guides' section once you login to EMS to find the instructions for enabling text message alerts. If enabled, you will be notified when you have made it to the 2nd round of an event. Student's will be notified for their events, and advisors to all their student's events.


    As you should be aware, the HS event rules for "Prepared Presentation" called for the theme to be given 24 hours ahead of the actual presentation. Since we only have two days and everything can't take place on Friday, I am giving the Theme to Georgia TSA participants now. (It will be the way it reads at the National Conference.) Students are reminded that they will be given a different topic on site at the 2017 National TSA Conference.

    Please give your student the following theme for SLC - Topic: Defining Your Future


  • 2017 SLC Event Schedule

    The 2017 Competitive events schedule is posted. The link below will access it:

  • 2017 SLC Registration Pack

    The 2017 Georgia TSA State Leadership Conference Registration Pack is available on our website - Conferences | Georgia Technology Student Association . It is critical that you read this document and not assume anything in regard to the registration and submission procedures that are required in GA. There are several events that we will require to be uploaded to our Event Management System that are not required in the National TSA Rules. (The state conference has two days of competition, while the National Conference has four) The Registration Document supercedes the National Rules and you are responsible for complying withing state deadlines. Registration opens January 3rd, 2017 and will close February 10th at midnight. 

  • State Office Candidates

    The 2017 State Officer Candidate Application is now available! The interviews will take place in Athens, GA on January 28, 2017. Applications are due by January 25, 2017 at midnight, and are to be submitted in EMS under the Document Upload section. 

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