RANDOLPH, NJ - The work of the Randolph High School speech and debate team has earned them recognition by the National Forensic League.
“I could not be more proud of the Randolph High School Speech and Debate Team,” said Principal Mrs. Deborah Iosso, “They have worked for so long and so hard to achieve such a great thing and they truly deserved it.”
The RHS chapter earned more than 100 degrees last year based on competitive and service-related activities. In the league, it is possible to earn 25 or more points from the Degree of Merit or 1,500 or more points from the Degree of Premier Distinction.
Since Randolph earned more than 100 points, they are ranked among the top 10 percent of schools nationwide and earned membership in the League’s prestigious "100 Club." This milestone demonstrates outstanding commitment to teaching students essential life skills--including communication, research, listening, writing, and organization.
This hard work and achieved distinction will pay dividends for years to come. J. Scott Wunn, the executive director of the National Forensic League, commended RHS and encouraged the students to build upon their momentum as he wished them luck for future seasons.