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2017 Academic Festival

Thursday and Friday, March 30 & 31, 2017

Guidelines & documents for the 2017 will not be updated until fall 2016; however, you may use the 2016 documents as a planning guide for the next festival.  Should you have any additional questions, please email or call.

Tamsin Miller, Festival Director
865.882.4640
miller@roanestate.edu


To receive email updates about the 2017 Acadmic Festival, send an email to miller@roanestate.edu with "Distribution List" in the subject line.  Be sure to give your name, school, and best phone number to reach you during the day.


2016 Academic Festival Announcement & Newsletter (pdf)

2016 General Guidelines (pdf) Please read first!

2016 Division Guidelines by Event - all events (pdf)

2016 Division Guidelines - Music only (pdf)

Dates to Remember (pdf)

What's New for 2016 (pdf)

Registration Limits (Caps) by Division (pdf)

Group Identification Form (pdf)

Group Identification Form - Music Only (pdf)

List of Events for 2016 - Codes only (pdf)

School Codes for 2016 (pdf)

How to Register (pdf)

Festival Program 2016 (pdf)

2016 Critique Forms (pdf)

Campus Map-Color

Map for Buses

Chemistry Sample Test

Web Quest Sample (pdf)

French Dictation & Translation Sample (pdf)

Photos

Facebook Photo Collections


Online Registration

 

Results from 2016 Academic Festival Results by School (pdf)

AA

First Place – Meigs County High School

Second Place – Webb School

Third Place – Cookeville High School

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First place – William Blount High School

Second Place – Heritage High School

Third place – Cumberland County High School

Contact: Tamsin Miller • (865) 354-3000 ext. 4730 • Miller@roanestate.edu

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