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Registrations are now open for the next Student Blogging Challenge! This is a way for students to learn about blogging while connecting with other students around the world. 

Read more about the challenge here.

The sign-up form in this post is for students to register as individual student bloggers. Click here to find the sign-up form for teachers wanting to register their class.

Students, use this form to register to participate in the next Student Blogging Challenge! Edublogs free blogging challenge

Registration Information

Before filling in the registration form below, please read the following information.

Who should register?

Students should register who:

  • Have their own personal blog (any platform)
  • Want to connect with other students around the world
  • Have permission to take part from their teacher/parents
  • Are aged between around 8-16
  • Are located anywhere in the world

Note: Please register only once.

Reminders before registering

Please read through the Frequently Asked Question guide on our About page which explains more about the challenge.

Mailing List options for students:

  • Students with their own email address might want to sign up for our email list to get sent all the Student Blogging Challenge news and the weekly posts. Click here for the mailing list sign up form.
  • Students without email addresses can check the weekly post on this site each week and/or ask a parent or teacher to sign up for the mailing list. Sometimes teachers post the challenge information on a class blog for students to refer to as well.

Before the challenge begins on October 7

There are a few things you can do prior to the challenge to make sure you’re ready to go on October 7.

  1. A few days after registering, check the student participants’ page. Click here or look for 2018 Students in the header area of this blog. Check this list prior to October 7 to make sure you are on the list and your details are correct.
  2. If you are not listed on the participants’ page, register again being careful that your blog URL is correct.
  3. If you are on the participants’ list, start visiting other student blogs if you have time. You might choose to visit students who are a similar age to you or who share similar interests.
  4. Consider starting the Blogging Bootcamp self-paced course if you’re new to blogging and need to get your blog set up before beginning.
  5. Make sure you have a few posts published on your blog so others can leave comments when they visit.
  6. Spread the word! For students/classes that use Twitter, the hashtag is #STUBC.

Registration Form

Read through all the information above? Ready to join us? Simply fill out the form below or click here to open it in your browser.

Any questions? Leave a comment below and I’ll get back to you!



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  1. Hi I’m Jaxon

    • Jaxon Stebbings
  2. I am confused…am I entered into the contest for blogging that starts October 7th????

    • Hi there,

      You can check out the spreadsheet on this page and see if your name is listed there. Tip: Use Control F (or Command F) to bring up a search box to look for your name. If you’re not there, you’ll need to register using the registration form https://studentchallenge.edublogs.org/2018/09/04/oct-2018-students/

      The Student Blogging Challenge isn’t a contest — just a way to learn about blogging and make global connections 🙂

      • Kathleen Morris
  3. Hello,I like the same thing as you

    • thanks I appreciate that

  4. Hello, I see that some of my students are in pink on the list. Their Blog URL is correct, so I’m guessing that it must be their settings. However, because we have the free edublogs account, I don’t seem to have a way to change their view settings. Any feedback would be appreciated. Thanks!

    • Hi there!

      Those student blogs are password protected so users who aren’t logged in can’t visit them. Don’t worry, you can still change those settings on free blogs. 🙂
      On the left-hand side of your class blog dashboard, go to My Class > Settings. Then under privacy settings, click on ‘discourage search engines from indexing this site’.

      Let’s know how you go!

      • Kathleen Morris
      • Thanks!!

  5. Okay good

    • Thanks for letting me know, Maria. I deleted the old one. 🙂

      • Kathleen Morris
    • Thanks for letting me know. I fixed that up!

      • Kathleen Morris
  6. i have a bad link that’s listed in my classroom list. i created 2 blogs by accident and deleted the one that’s listed. if it could please be updated the new link is http://davaunte.edublogs.org

    • Davaunte Green
    • Thank you, Davaunte. I’ve fixed that up.

      • Kathleen Morris
    • hi

      • samuelmatson4406
  7. Can you participate and use Google Sites? I’ve always used Edublogs but now that I’m a teacher-leader, I know that most our teachers are using Google Sites/

    • Hi Aletha,
      You’re welcome to join in using any platforms. The only thing is, our specific ‘how-to’ instructions will refer to Edublogs so you’ll just have to adjust as needed.
      Hope to have you on board!

      • Kathleen Morris
  8. I would like to be a commenter however do not see the registration form