General Competition Information

Specific Competition Information


"​Learning to Lead in a Technical World"

  • Middle School Clarifications for KYTSA State Conference
    • Chapter Team - MS - ​Written Test Monday & Semifinals Tuesday
    • Electrical Applications - MS -  will NOT be offered at the 2017 KYTSA State Conference
    • ​Essays on Technology - MS - ​Prelims & Semifinals combined in a 2 hour block - all students complete both
    • Forensic Technology - MS - Written Test Monday @ 11:30am - Crime Scene - Monday @ 1pm
    • Geospatial Technology - MS - All teams complete semifinals, on-site problem, & interview
    • Inventions and Innovations - MS - All teams complete semifinals & presentation
    • Leadership Stategies - MS - All teams present one time (no semifinals)
    • Mass Production - MS - All team present
    • Medical Technology - MS - All teams present
    • Problem Solving - MS - No tools template
    • Promotional Marketing - MS - All individuals complete semifinals on site problem
    • STEM Animiation - MS - All teams present
    • Video Game Design - MS - No early entry
    • Website Design - MS - see early entry form link below



  • 2017 HS Dragster Wheel and Fender Clarification
  • 2017 HS Dragster Rubric - updated 2/2/17
    • ​This rubric is to aid in creating a qualifying dragster, but NOT as a replacement for the Competitive Event Guides Rubric used by judges. 
  • 2017 MS Dragster Rubric​updated 2/17/2017
    • ​This rubric is to aid in creating a qualifying dragster, but NOT as a replacement for the Competitive Event Guides Rubric used by judges. 
  • 2017 MS Website Design & HS Webmaster Form
    • ​URL’s must be submitted using this form by April 12th, 2017. No extensions will be given. This is required in order to allow the judges enough time to inspect the entire site. Once a chapter has submitted their entry they will receive a confirmation email. No changes can be made to the site after the deadline.


  • KYTSA VEX Robotics
    • We will again be participating in the VEX Robotics Competition at the 2017 State Conference. If you have a team or teams, please make sure that you have registered your team(s) on www.robotevents.com as this is a requirement to compete in any VEX competition whether it be TSA related or a VRC competition. Note that there is a $100 registration fee for the first team and $50 registration for any additional teams that you register. These fees are determined by VEX not TSA. Also this still does not permit you to compete in the TSA event. Read the guidelines for the event from the website and then you will also need to register your team with the Kentucky TSA online registration www.registermychapter.com. For your team to be eligible, they must be registered with both VEX and KYTSA. If you have questions regarding the competition itself, please contact Frank Cercone fcercone@bluegrasset.com or Jason Neagle Jason.Neagle@Hardin.Kyschools.us.