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

  • Back to School 15-16

    Welcome Back! Time to start planning out the new school year. Please take some time and look through the 15-16 Back to School Info Pack.  

    The format has been changed in response to advisor suggestions. The main page will contatin a welcome message from both the staudent association president and the board president followed by the table of contents with hyperlinked sections, so you don't have to scroll through the entire document to get to a specific page. 

    Registration Information and the online registration sites for CORE (Chapter Officers Retreat for Excellence) and for TECH DAY at the GA National Fair Rally will be ready and open August 3rd.

    Hope your 15-16 year is memorable and productive.


  • GA TSA Has Outstanding NLC

    The GA TSA state delegation represented us all with pride and outstanding effort. AC Williams and Jack Crawford campaigned with class. Our new state officers led by Trevor Terry performed professionally. They're going to be a great team. With nearly 6400 in attendance, 15 GA TSA Chapters placed in the top ten in 20 events. Monroe Area HS earned Mr. Bush a going away gift in the form of 5 top 10 places and a National Championship in CNC Production, Parkview HS TSA placed 4 in the top 10 and took home a National Championship in Extemporaneous Speech. Harris Carver County Middle School won third place in System Control Technology and Tucker HS and Lowndes HS VEX Teams both made it to the Elite Eight and Tucker finished 4th in the National TSA Tournament. The other schools earning finalist pins and an appearance on stage were - GSMST, A.R. Johnson, Swainsboro HS, Hahira MS, Lowndes HS, Lambert HS, Chamblee HS, Union County HS, Hart County HS, Chattanooga Valley MS and South Forsyth HS. In addition, Georgia's contribution to the National Officer Team for 14-15, A.C., Laura Wilson and Leigh Ann Hamlin were outstanding. Our voting delegates were great during a marathon debate during the business meeting and last but definitely not least, Jack Crawford was elected at the National Vice President for 2015-16. Congratulations to all that represented our great state in Texas whether you made the stage or not and thank you all for an outstanding year in GA TSA! - SP

  • 15-18 Board Members Chosen in Statewide Election

    We had a very large turnout for voting this year. Thanks to all of you that participated. The results were close but these were the top vote-getters. Congratulations to the newest members of our GA TSA Board of Directors. We're looking forward to your leadership!

    David Pridgen (Irwin County HS)

    Experience:TSA Advisor: 16 yearsTSA Conference Experience: Board Member 3 years; Event Manager 3 years; Event Coordinator 13yrs

    Steve Wells (Chattanooga Valley MS)

    Experience:TSA Advisor: 17 yearsTSA Conference Experience: Event Coordinator 8 yrs

    DeWayne Collins (Statesboro High School)

    Experience:TSA Advisor: 18 YearsGA TSA Conference Experience: Event Coordinator 15 years

    Sandra Johnson (AR Johnson Health Science & Engineering Magnet School)

    Experience:TSA Advisor: 6 YearsTSA Conference Experience: Event Coordinator (GA 1 year; National TSA 2 years)

    Travis Hodges (Lambert HS)

    Experience:TSA Advisor: 6 YearsTSA Conference Experience: Board Member 3 years; Event Manager 3 years; Event Coordinator 5 years

    Ezra Thompson (Stone Mountain High School)

    Experience:TSA Advisor: 10 yearsGA TSA Conference Experience: Event Coordinator - 8 years

  • 2015-2016 Proposed Event Calendar

    Click here to view the 2015-2016 Proposed Event Calendar! 

  • State Leadership Conference Results

    Event Top Ten Awards (Updated 4/7/2015) 


  • State Leadership Conference Schedule

    Click here to view the schedule for the 2015 State Leadership Conference!

  • SLC Registration Extended - Updated

    Due to more winter weather, regular State Leadership Conference registration has been extended to 2/27/2015. Late registration will be open until 3/4/2015.

  • SLC Registration Extended

    Due to weather closures across the state, State Leadership registration has been extended to 2/25/2015 at midnight. Online submissions have also been extended.

  • Event Dress Code for 2015 State Leadership Conference

    A guide for the event dress code to be followed through at the 2015 State Leadership Conference has been posted. Refer to this document for all events minimum dress requirement, as some events might differ from the National TSA rulebook. Please note, this is only to be used at SLC, not Nationals. ALL Conference Participants MUST be in AT LEAST Business Casual while in the Classic Center.

  • Conference Sponsors Announced for 2015 Conference

    GA TSA State Leadership Conference has three new Conference Sponsors. We welcome the ARMY as our first ever Gold Sponsor, AT&T is the Silver Sponsor and Valdosta State University is a Bronze Sponsor for the 2015 Conference to be held in Athens. Thanks to these three sponsors as well as the 23 companies and institutions that are sponsoring 34 of our competitive events. Your generosity helps to make our association stronger and offer more to our members.

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