Attendance Video Challenge for High School Students

Contest details

The Council to Improve Classroom Conditions is looking for students from grades 10 to 12 to participate in a video challenge contest. You can create a two-minute (maximum) video describing why school attendance matters and is important. Your video will be reviewed and approved by a selection committee and then entered into the contest.

The Council to Improve Classroom Conditions will be the judging panel. The panel will determine a first place ($1,000), second place ($500) and third place ($250) winner for an English Video and a first place ($1,000), second place ($500) and third place ($250) winner for a French Video.


What makes a winning video?

Your video will be judged based on the following criteria:

  • Clear/positive messaging
  • Originality and creativity
  • Effectiveness in communicating the idea
  • Overall impact
  • Overall presentation
  • Under two minutes in length
  • Adherence to the competition rules

Note: Videos that do not meet the minimum criteria will not be considered.

Download this poster to promote the contest within your school.