Reflections is a national PTA program that encourages millions of students to express themselves by giving positive recognition for their artistic efforts.  The Texas Reflections program has the most participation of any National PTA program with entries totaling over 75,000 across the state. Students may create and submit works of art in 6 categories.  Click on any of the categories below for more information.








Eligible students may enter any or all six categories, and multiple entries within each category are permitted (and encouraged!).  Each entry must be the original work of the entering student and created specifically for the Reflections program based on the 2020-2021 theme: I Matter Because.

Students should review the official rules to ensure their submission meets the requirements set forth by the National PTA. Each entry must include a completed Student Entry Form (Google Form Here).



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2020-2021 Reflections Call for Entries





Entries due November 2nd!



2022-2023 Reflections Theme Search Contest



The search is on for the 2022-2023 Reflections theme, and we need your student’s help! The student who submits the winning entry will receive $100! Online submission deadline is November 5th.

When suggesting a theme, judges take into consideration:

  • Theme is unique, inspiring and unlike past program themes.
  • Theme is focused without being too narrow or too broad.
  • Theme is clear, concise and appropriate for all grade levels.
  • Theme is applicable to all arts categories.
  • Theme promotes PTA values.
  • Theme is relevant in 2 years.
  • Past themes and duplicate entries are not considered.


2019-2020 Reflections Entries


Last year, we had 37 entries from 32 students. Twelve entries advanced to the district level, with ten receiving awards. One of those entries advanced to the State level and received an Award of Merit! Only 11 elementary school students from Plano received awards at the State level.

Spencer Hernandez with his award-winning artwork, “More Than What You See”.