Inspiring Student Achievement Through Academic Competition
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Sacred Heart Catholic School celebrates their 2nd place win in the 2024 "A" State Meet, Middle School division!

Registration for 2024-2025 is open! Click HERE to start your registration.

Membership Registration for 2023-2024 has Closed
It's too late to register for 2023-2024. We look forward to welcoming new schools for the 2024-2025 academic year.

Fall Workshop Schedule
The Fall Workshop schedule is available. Workshops provide an excellent overview of the changes to the PSIA program and the opportunity to meet with the leaders from your district directors. Workshops are interactive with fun activities, discussions & conversation, door prizes, and much more. A light breakfast and lunch is provided along with 4 hours of CPE credit. Don't miss this change to get ideas on improving your extracurricular academic program.
Vocabulary Daily
Vocabulary Daily presents three words from our Vocabulary contest wordlist each day Monday through Thursday. On Fridays, there is a three question quiz over this week's words and previous words.

Anyone can participate and learn this year's words.

Go to the Vocabulary page to start today!
What is PSIA?
PSIA, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit education organization, offers academic competitions for grades 1 through 8 to private, parochial, and home schools throughout Texas. Contests cover Language Arts, STEM, Social Studies, Fine Arts, and Speech & Drama, including One-Act Play.
Introduction to PSIA
Missed the live Introduction event? Watch the replay.

Want more information? Download our 2024-2025 Academic Program Brief
Information on PSIA
Interested in PSIA? Fill out our Contact Form and Doug will get in touch to help you get started!
2024 Study Packet and Tests Available!
graphic announcing new material The 2024 District and State tests are available for purchase in the PSIA Online store. Order the Full Academic Study Packet to get both Elementary and Middle School tests.
Summer T-shirt Sale!
t-shirt graphic announcing five dollar t-shirts this summer