Barkley Forum Information

This weekend we will be attending The Barkley Forum.  The tournament is quite different from other Georgia tournaments, so I want to make sure details are known.  Student attending include: Stephanie Styles, Tyler Olson, Emily Atkinson, Scott Bremer, Matt Ward, Taylor Walker, Hannah Snowden, Hannah Mitchell, James Holland, John Holland, Michael Barlow, Erin Dabbs, Kaylin Morton, JP Patterson, Grayson Blake, Lucas Bailey and Mike Robinson.  This is a TWO DAY [&hellip

State Novice Packet

James Herndon, former coach at Chattahoochee and current debate coach at Emory University, has spent this summer working on the Novice Packet as well as other debate evidence you can find at the NDCA Open Ev Site. The packet adequately covers the broad range of Alternative Energy by incorporating Wind, Nuclear, Solar, Space, and many other energies in the literature. The full list, with individual file downloads, available after the [&hellip

Introducing the Knights (of the Round Robin, that is.)

Due to drops in both divisions, we are taking more applications for the Round Robin. If you have submitted an application by mail, please email Brandon Sheats at roundrobin [at] N.B. – Grady will be on break from Mon., December 24 – Mon., January 7. We will have no access to mail during this time. We’ve been pouring over applications for the past few days, and we have set [&hellip

Knights of the Round Robin: Still Taking Applications

The staff at Grady Speech and Debate are still taking applications for the Knights of the Round Robin this January!

Some people have been confused about the Round Robin. More information behind the cut

Announcing the Knights of the Round Robin!

The coaching staff of Henry W. Grady High School, with support from the Barkley Forum at Emory University and Georgia State University’s Debate Program, are proud to announce the Knights of the Round Robin, a national, application-based tournament in Lincoln Douglas and Public Forum Debate. It will be held on the Downtown campus of Georgia State University the two days prior to the Barkley Forum for High Schools, on the [&hellip