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It's your turn now. Get heard. Your thoughts, your influences, your music. Share what you are listening to and thinking about right now. See if you have what it takes to be a Featured Student.
Get your stuff together. Click here to upload it.
And then – maybe we'll see you on grammyintheschools.com!
How do I submit?
Click here and follow the submission directions.
How do you decide on who gets to be a Featured Student?
Our panel of experts, including some staff members as well as our GRAMMYintheSchools program alumni will review all submissions and make recommendations for which students to include.
What kind of audio format is acceptable?
MP3, AAC, OGG, or WAV, max size: 64 MB
What kind of video format is acceptable?
Are there any size restrictions on photo files?
How many songs, photos, videos, and links can I submit?
You should submit the amount that gives the best representation of you – but a good rule of thumb is no more than 6 of any item.
Will you put everything I submit on the site?
Not necessarily. If you submit more than we have room for, we'll make some edits to your materials.
What if "someone," (not me of course), submits something inappropriate, i.e., bad taste, profane, etc.?
That kind of content not only will not be uploaded, it will kick "someone" out from being considered in the future.
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