Who will be the final three?
Each year, Senior School English classes participate in the annual speech competition. This April, students had the opportunity to present speeches to their classmates. From these class presentations, 16 finalists were chosen. Not to be deterred by the challenges posed by distance learning, the finals went online in May. Judging was opened up to our faculty and staff and many volunteered, eager to watch the videos submitted by the finalists. From sharing personal experiences to informing the audience about a new topic, all speeches were engaging and thought-provoking. The top three winners will be revealed at the virtual Closing Ceremonies on June 12th.
Congratulations to all participants!
Sarah Bell (Grade 12) Allie Martin (Grade 12) Ethan Hiscott (Grade 12) Tammy de la Vega Perdomo (Grade 12) Cam Rendell (Grade 12) Griffin Lilly (Grade 12) Augie Ashley (Grade 11) Cela MacDougall (Grade 10)
Hanna MacGregor (Grade 10) Isa Gutierrez Morales (Grade 10) Isaiah Johnson (Grade 10) Jessica Ugwoke (Grade 10) Julia Field (Grade 10) Levi Spence (Grade 10) Lonnie Luo (Grade 12) Noah Burch-Pottie (Grade 10)
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