Team Center

This secure site will:
  • Allow you to set up and manage teams
  • Allow you to upload deliverables and forms
  • Automatically time-stamp deliverables
  • Send acknowledgements for uploaded files
  • Allow you to obtain detailed scoring reports


Important Schedule Information for 2021-22

[Oct-21] See NTX schedule for detailed schedule information for the North Texas Regional Future City Competition and acceptable dates for all the required deliverables. NOTE: the due dates on the Educator Dashboard list the last acceptble date for the deliverables. Entries submited at that time will receive a late penalty. After that date, no entries will be allowed.

2021-22 FCC-NTX Introductory Information

Overview of NTX rules, resource information and schedule. Download here.

What's Different This Year

[Aug-21] Changes this year:

  • Virtual Program. To try and accommodate in-class and distance learning, this year the Future City Program will be conducted virtually. An on-site competition event remains an option. At this time, however, all deliverables will be judged online.
    Details will be available shortly.
  • Deliverables:
    • Virtual City (SimCity) - There will be no Virtual City Deliverable. SimCity codes are available and can be used as a teaching aid for city planning.
    • City Essay Deliverable - Theme: A Waste-Free City. Use the principles of a circular economy to create a waste-free future city. Changes to rubric.
    • Model Deliverable - Submission for the model will be a slideshow with pictures and descriptions of required model sections. The model will be built to scale (as determined by the team). The team can build a single model illustrating city highlights. OR the team can build the model in separate sections as required by the slideshow deliverable. There is no limit on size or the number of model sections. This year the model has a maximum size requirement: whether built as a single piece for multiple sections, the model (all pieces collectively) cannot exceed 25 in. x 50 in. x 20 in.
    • Team Presentation - Teams will record their 7 minute presentation and upload it for judging.
    • Q & A - The Q & A session that would normally follow the team presentation will be conducted separately. We will schedule a time for teams and judges to meet online via video conferencing for a 10 minute discussion period. However, there is also the option for conducting the Q & A as an in-person event. The feasibility of an in-person event is still TBD.
    • Project Plan Deliverable - no change.

NTX Future City Junior Competition for 4-5th grades

[Aug-20] The Junior program is an introduction to the full Future City Competition effort. It is focused on the challenge posed by the annual theme and includes the research essay and the physical model deliverables.

Note - this program will also be conducted virtually in 2021-2022.

See the Junior Team Center for the complete rules, description of the program, and registration. Contact Regional Coordinator for more information. Please note: this program is only available in North Texas at this time.

Attention 7th Graders: FC Prelims and Duke SAT Conflict

Future City judging and the January SAT for the Duke Talent Identification Program frequently conflict. Please be aware and consider taking the ACT test or the SAT on one of the other dates (Dec or Mar).

Email Updates

Email Archive
19-Jan-22: Last call for submissions
07-Jan-22: Upcoming due dates, Model Slideshow due next week
03-Jan-22: Preparing for the virtual meeting
16-Dec-21: Model slideshow due, Video presentation next
29-Nov-21: Essay due 1 Dec, Model slideshow next
10-Nov-21: NTX online system for competition management
04-Nov-21: Project Plan due date (new)
26-Oct-21: Change in online Competition System
24-Sep-21: Introductory info, Schedule overview
Sign-up for Email Updates
Email updates for NTX Future City participants give you the latest information about the NTX program, including schedule, rules, deliverables, resources, and other need-to-know items. They are issued as necessary (about every 10 days) and are open to anyone involved (teachers, volunteers, parents, students).