Parkview School students compete in California Speech and Debate championships

Parkview students.

Parkview School had three students compete in the National Speech and Debate Association’s State Championships at Segerstrom High School in Santa Ana May 17-19. Gabriella Mercado competed in Impromptu speaking, Storytelling, Dramatic Interpretation, and Duo Interpretation. Nathan Guerrero competed in Big Question Debate and Expository (Informative) Speaking. Alyssa Varela competed in Storytelling, Dramatic Interpretation, Duo Interpretation, and Humorous Interpretation.

This tournament featured the top competitors in the state and our first year competitors held their own and made Parkview School very proud. Gabriella Mercado was a semifinalist in Impromptu Speaking. Nathan Guerrero took second in the state in Big Question Debate.

Parkview School is a K-12 home school program designed for students who desire an alternative to traditional classroom instruction. Instructional strategies may include independent study, online learning, concurrent classes, and workshops.

Congrats, Panthers!

Parkview students.

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