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SCA Enters the National Speech and Debate Association’s 100 Club

SCA Speech and Debate teacher Mark Harris and his Competitive Speech and Debate class display the school’s 100 Club certificate.  
 
Front row, left to right: Senior Austin Wilson, Junior Briana Chapman, Senior and President of the Debate Club Ryan Wagy, Junior Kandace Gill, and Freshman Isaac Truesdale.
Not pictured Junior Nate Bartlett.
 
Back row, left to right: Junior Kaitlyn Gregg, Junior Zach Akeson, SCA Speech and Debate teacher Mark Harris, and Senior Maycee Nicholson.

(Lee’s Summit) – Summit Christian Academy (SCA) is pleased to announce that their chapter of the National Speech and Debate Association (NSDA) competitive and honor society has earned the distinction of entering the “100 Club.”  

NSDA Club awards are earned by schools who demonstrate outstanding commitment to teaching students skills including communication, research, listening, writing, and organization for achieving degrees in the NSDA Honor Society. The “100 Club” recognizes a school that has a strength of over 100 points, and places SCA in the top 20% of all NSDA member schools.“I am proud of the hard work and dedication of our students to be able to make this happen,” shared SCA Speech and Debate teacher Mark Harris. “They don’t hesitate to set goals and don’t back away from expectations.”

SCA became a member of the National Speech and Debate Association in 2007.

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