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Project Achievement

Georgia 4-H Project Achievement

What is Project Achievement?

Project Achievement is skills for a lifetime! 4-H'ers develop leadership, creativity, public speaking skills, recordkeeping, and more through this program! Specifically, students pick a project area of interest, research the topic, write a presentation, and present it to others. As students become older, a record-keeping component that promotes independent thinking, research, and implementation is added.

Project Achievement

Explore your interests
Share your story
Unleash your creativity
Celebrate your achievements


5th Grade

For a 5th Grade Cloverleaf 4-H'er, the presentation will begin at school or the county level competition and advance to the area or district level competition. The 4-H project is two parts: a 2-3 page report and a poster/tri-board. 4-H projects are due at school to the 4-H'ers science teacher. Mrs. Yearwood will collect the students' 4-H Projects to be judged at the 4-H Office by retired educators and volunteers. The students will not be present for the judging. Students will be notified of winners. All first-place 4-H Project Fair winners will be invited to attend the district competition. 

  • 2-3 Pages Typed or Neatly Hand Written (front side only of paper)
  • The report should have 3 parts: Introduction, Body (3 points), & Conclusion
  • “How to Projects”: List all necessary steps involved (Ex. How to build a model car, How to shoot archery)
  • Include important facts, statistics, etc. in your paper


  • You may use a single poster board or a tri-board
  • NEATNESS-wording needs to be legible
  • Use of color (No more than 2-3 colors)
  • Wording on posters can be computer printed or handwritten
  • Pictures are a plus! Colored or black & white pictures, drawings graphs, charts, etc.)
  • Make sure the poster makes sense or goes with your report

6th Grade

For a 6th Grade Cloverleaf 4-H'er, the presentation will begin at the area or district level competition. 



For 7th and 8th Grade Junior 4-H'ers, the presentation will begin at the area or district level competition. 



Senior competitions begin at the district level and advance to the state competition known as State 4-H Congress and even national competition known as National 4-H Congress.