SCHEDULE 16 Classes Total. All classes online! Starting Date: August 23, 2021 (Monday) Ending Date: December 19, 2021 (Sunday) No Class: November 22- November 28, 2021 (Thanksgiving Holiday) National Circuit Level Classes requiring interview and a goal of winning at the State and National Level – Classes are longer and work load is significant (All competition team classes requires one year sign up) REGISTRATION FORM COURSE CATALOG Pricing:2 hour/week classes: $12001.5 hour/week class: $912 Discount not applicable to competition team and national team *Nationals Team/ Competition Team 6-8th Grade Circuit LD/Policy/Competition PF Team: $3400 for one year, pro-rate if join in the middle of theRead More →

Speech and Debate Introductory classes For incoming 2-5 graders, and taught by our middle schooler and high schooler Young Coaches. Each class is 40 mins. 4 classes in one session.Register at: Small donation asked, each session has limited seats. Please register early to join. Throughout the 2020 summer we offered and delivered total 8 classes by 4 young coaches to over 50 students. These students learned the basics of some speech events, had a great time connecting with the young coaches and fellow students. Our “Youth Club” Members: Speech and Debate: Coach Ellie, Coach Ethan, Coach Amanda, Coach Mark Coding: TA Danny, TA Jim,Read More →

Skill: Research Competence Students research constantly throughout the classes. Topics are designed to be interesting and accessible for students, creating additional incentives. Students research in a variety of accessible media and learn to share their research with other teammates through synthesis and summary, thereby exercising writing skills as well. Skill: Public Speaking The classes helps students to develop an optimal mix of impromptu and extemporaneous speaking skills. Oral literacy is developed through informed practice and repetition. Students gain confidence in otherwise intimidating speaking situations by preparing in advance by learning speaking techniques and conducting research on issues. Skill: Media Literacy Because students must consult andRead More →