On Friday, May 25th, over 2,700 students from 560 schools converged on Washington, DC to participate in the National Catholic Forensic League (NCFL) Grand National Tournament.
Students earned spots at this event in tournaments held throughout the year in their home state leagues.
Throughout the day on Saturday and Sunday, students participated in speech and debate events ranging from reading prose and poetry selections, delivering original oratories, and debating topics such as sanctuary cities.
Moravian Academy’s Neha Skandan ’21, who participated in the Lincoln Douglas debate event, and the Public Forum team of Julius Ewungkem ’20 and Avi Singh ’20 were among the students in attendance. These three students were formidable competitors and excellent representatives of our school.
Way to go, Neha, Julius & Avi!