Speech and Debate looks forward

This week the Speech and Debate team returned from the State competition in Cleveland. With a tough loss to end the season for most Speech and Debate members, the team still has recognizable accomplishments from this year such as winning two sweepstakes tournaments. The team won the tournament held at the high school and the … Continue reading

Oakwood hosts first Speech and Debate tournament in seven years

Oakwood High School hosted their first Speech and Debate tournament in seven years this past Saturday. The halls held students from all of the different events of the tournament, coming from all over the Great Miami Valley District. Lydia Beyer (10), competed at the tournament this past weekend.   “I thought it would be weird … Continue reading

Senior speech and debate students compete at state

On Saturday, March 5 the Speech and Debate team competed at state. Of the students that started the season, 21 made it to the state level competition. Only one student placed and two made it to the quarterfinals. Senior Callia Tellez placed third in Dramatic Interpretation. Seniors Lauren Pepper and Senior Haley Williams made it … Continue reading

Oakwood debates good and happy

Over the weekend of Dec. 8, Oakwood’s Debate team participated in a policy debate focused tournament at Glen Oaks High School. Twenty-eight teams debated in the policy event at this specific tournament.“My partner [Wilson M. (12)] and I got Semi-final Speaker Awards,” Katja M. (12), Debate Team President, said. Overall, the debate team was successful. … Continue reading

Debating in the brooks and glens

    Speech and Debate has long had an illustrious title at Oakwood High School, qualifying to state and national competitions consistently. Something more unusual for the team, however, is a national competition in the early season – this was the 2012 Glenbrook Speech and Debate tournament, a staple for the team. With a focus … Continue reading

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