Speech Team

Speech team may refer to:

  • Individual events (speech)
  • Debate

Other articles related to "speech team, speech, team":

Canterbury School (Fort Wayne, Indiana) - Student Organizations - Speech Team
... Canterbury won the IHSFA class A state speech tournament in 1996 and 2007 and has been placed ever since 2004 ... In 2009, the team placed second, with only two state finalists, both in discussion AJ Alifimoff, a sophomore, in second, and freshman Jodie Goodman in fifth ... In 2010, the team repeated with two discussion finalists, AJ Alifimoff coming in first place, with Jodie Goodman coming in fourth ...
Lyons Township High School - Clubs and Activities
... Troupe Marching Band Pit Orchestra Pom Pons Speech Team Steppers Theatre Board Variety Show Vocal Music Service Groups Initiatives Interact Lion ...
Downers Grove South High School - Activities
... and three from the Fillies Pom and Dance Team ... The Coed Cheerleading team also won Back to Back State Championships in 2003 and 2004 and Back to Back National Championships in 2004 and 2005 ... Its speech team has won sixteen state championships, more than any other school ...
Bancroft School - The Arts
... Show-Drama, Stage Show-Musical Performing Arts - Speech Team The Bancroft School Speech Team has competed in the Massachusetts Forensic League (MFL), the Catholic ... Recognized both on a state and national level, the team has accumulated numerous successes that have ranged from individual awards in public speaking, competitive acting, and ... The Bancroft Speech Team strives to help each member gain confidence as a speaker and actor while competing in a myriad of different events that cover all fields of performance ...

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