- Personal Growth.
Nine schools from across Colorado attended the tournament, which was hosted on our campus. The tournament has been hosted at Kent Denver for over 10 years, according to Stephanie Kyser, Assistant Director of Athletics. With seven courts, Kent Denver has the space to accommodate such a large tournament. The on-campus facilities eliminate travel and reduce student-athletes' time away from class.
“It’s important to us to help our kids keep attending class," says Kyser. "If we held this tournament anywhere else, even as close as Englewood High School, our kids would have been away from school all day. This way, they can go back to class and only be at the courts when they need to be."
Of the seven positions Kent Denver entered into the tournament, six of our teams took top honors, including No. 1 and No. 3 Singles, and a clean sweep of for our doubles teams, Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4.
Way to go, girls!
We hope you were able to attend the 2016 Kent Denver Speech and Debate Showcase on Tue., March 8 at the Student Center for the Arts on Kent Denver’s campus. This popular, annual event featured performances by students in Grades 9-12.
The program included an exciting, humorous debate and five speech performances in Humor, Drama, Duo Interpretation, Extemporaneous Speaking and Original Oratory.
"This is a fantastic opportunity for students to showcase their talents and hard work to the Kent Denver community,” says Speech and Debate Director Terry Rubin. “We also do it to give students and parents who do not know much about this activity a glimpse into what KDS Speech and Debate is."
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