Public Speaking
Learning to debate and public speak reaps lifelong benefits. ​This course will give students the ability to be confident and comfortable when giving presentations, raising their hand in class, or even just casually conversing. Students will learn to know their audience, will study great speeches throughout history, and will learn to write speeches, manage anxieties, and deliver opinions and arguments in a calm and convincing way. Learn More

Debate
Learning to see both sides of an issue and being able to make an argument that convinces an undecided person of your opinion is one of the most valuable skills a student can have. The ability to write, research, and speak using evidence and sound logic will help students write papers, give presentations, and will be the foundational skill they will build on for years to come. Learn More

Debate 

Full-Day Camp

In-Person Age 10-14 June 27 – July 1, August 29 – September 2 Learn More 

Online Age 10-14 July 11-15, July 18-22, July 25-29, August 1-5 Learn More

Half-Day Online Camp

 Age 8-10 July 25- 29, August 1-5 Learn More

Weekly Online Class

Age 11-14

Extemporaneous Debate  June 27- July 27, August 1 – 29 Mondays/Wednesdays Learn More

Public Forum June 28 – July 28 Tuesdays/Thursdays Learn More

Public Speaking

Full-Day In-Person Camp

Age 9 – 13 August 15- 19, August 22-26  Learn More

Half-Day Online Camp

Age 8-10 

Public Speaking July 25- 29 Learn More

Storytelling August 1-5 Learn More

Weekly Online Class

Age 11-14

Extemporaneous Speaking June 25-July 23, July 30-August 27 Saturdays Learn More

Original Oratory July 11 – 29 Mondays/Wednesdays/Fridays Learn More

Siblings receive 5% refund on paid tuition.