ACT-SO is a yearlong scholastic enrichment program where participants flex the most important muscle – the “mind.” Just as an athlete trains before competition, so must the ACT-SO participant with coaches and mentors in preparing for the local competition.
Local NAACP chapters hold programs across the country for students in grades 9-12 in 28 categories that include the sciences, music, and drama to name a few. The gold medal winners of the local levels qualify to compete with other local winners at the National Competition, which is held during the NAACP Annual Convention.
Detroit Branch NAACP ACT-SO Competition Details
Application Deadline: Saturday, March 21, 2015
Detroit Branch NAACP ACT-SO Competition: Saturday, March 28, 2015
All Applications must be returned to:
Detroit Branch NAACP
Attn: LaToya Henry
8220 Second Avenue
Detroit, MI 48202
or via fax to (313) 871-7745
Interested students who would like to compete in the Detroit Branch NAACP’s local ACT-SO Competition must download the application below and click on the Category links below for details regarding the category(ies) they wish to compete in at the competition.
It is very important for students to read the category guidelines to understand what is expected and required to compete in the ACT-SO competition. The guidelines provide details on how the judges will award points.
All applications must be returned by March 21, 2015 to
Categories and Category Guidelines
- Computer Science
- Earth & Space Science
- Medicine & Health
- Music Composition
- Original Essay
- Poetry — Written
- Short Story
- Music Instrumental Classical
- Music Instrumental Contemporary
- Music Vocal Classical
- Music Vocal Contemporary
- Poetry — Performance
- Culinary Arts