Public Address Awards (2021-2022)

Informative Speaking

  • Elementary School
    • 3rd (Professional Speech and Debate Association March)
    • 3rd (Professional Speech and Debate Association April)
  • Middle School
    • 1st, 2nd (National Online Forensics League August)
    • 1st, 2nd (Professional Speech and Debate Association August)
    • 1st, 2nd, 3rd (Professional Speech and Debate Association September)
    • 1st, 3rd (Southern California Junior Forensics League October)
    • 1st, 2nd, 3rd (Professional Speech and Debate Association December)
    • 2nd (CHSSA Middle School State Championship)
  • High School
    • 1st, 3rd [Novice]; 4th [Varsity] (CSU Long Beach)
      • 3rd Place was a middle schooler competing in a novice high school division.
    • 4th [Novice] (Claremont)
    • 1st (CSU Fullerton)
    • 3rd (Tri-County Forensics League December)
    • Semifinals (MASQ December)
    • Semifinals (James Logan)
    • 1st (Bixby)
    • 2nd [Novice] (Palm Classic)
    • 4th, 5th, 6th (Tri-County Forensics League State Qualifier)

Optimist Club Oratory

  • High School
    • 1st, 3rd (District Regional Championship)
    • 3rd (District Championship)

Original Oratory

  • Elementary School
    • 1st (Professional Speech and Debate Association October)
    • 1st (Professional Speech and Debate Association November)
    • 4th, 8th (Scholars of Speech November)
    • 3rd, 7th, 9th (Scholars of Speech December)
    • 1st (Claremont Wolfcub)
  • Middle School
    • 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 5th (Southern California Junior Forensics League October)
    • 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th (Professional Speech and Debate Association October)
    • 1st, 2nd (Professional Speech and Debate Association November)
    • 1st, 2nd (Scholars of Speech November)
    • 5th (Scholars of Speech December)
    • 1st (James Logan)
    • 2nd (Professional Speech and Debate Association March)
    • 3rd, 5th (Southern California Junior Forensics League March)
    • 1st (Professional Speech and Debate Association April)
    • 3rd (Claremont Wolfcub)
    • 1st, 2nd, 5th, 7th (Southern States Championship)
    • 1st, 2nd, 4th, 5th, 7th, Semifinals [x2] (CHSSA Middle School State Championship)
    • 1st, 5th, 6th (CMSF State Championship)
  • High School
    • 1st (National Online Forensics League August)
    • 1st (Professional Speech and Debate Association September)
    • 2nd [Varsity]; 3rd, 6th [Novice] (CSU Long Beach)
      • 6th Place was a middle schooler competing in a novice high school division.
    • 2nd [Varsity]; 2nd, 3rd, 4th [Novice] (Claremont)
      • 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Place were middle schoolers competing in a novice high school division.
    • 1st (Professional Speech and Debate Association October)
    • 1st (Ryle)
    • 1st, Semifinals, Quarterfinals (Golden Desert)
    • 1st (Scholars of Speech November)
    • 1st, Quarterfinals (MASQ December)
    • 1st, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th (Tri-County Forensics League December)
    • 1st (Professional Speech and Debate Association December)
    • Semifinals (La Costa)
    • 2nd (BISQ Southern)
    • 1st, Semifinals [x2] (Peninsula)
      • One semifinalist was a middle schooler competing in a varsity high school division.
    • 5th, Quarterfinals (James Logan)
    • 5th (Bixby)
      • 5th Place was a middle schooler competing in a varsity high school division.
    • Semifinals (Sunvite)
    • Semifinals (MASQ February)
    • 4th (Professional Speech and Debate Association September)
    • 1st, 5th [Novice]; 1st [JV]; 3rd, 6th [Varsity] (Palm Classic)
      • 1st Place in novice, 5th Place in novice, and 1st Place in JV were middle schoolers competing in a high school division.
    • Octofinals [x2] (Berkeley)
    • 3rd, Octofinals [x2] (Harvard)
      • Both octofinalists were middle schoolers competing in a varsity high school division.
    • 1st, 2nd, 4th (Professional Speech and Debate Association March)
    • 3rd, Semifinals [x3] (Tri-County Forensics League State Qualifier)
    • 1st, 2nd (Philhistorian)
      • 1st and 2nd Place were middle schoolers competing in a varsity high school division.
    • 2nd, 4th (Professional Speech and Debate Association April)
    • 2nd (CSU Fullerton)

Speech to Entertain

  • Middle School
    • 1st (Southern California Junior Forensics League December)

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