Another notch in Forensic’s belt!

¡Pionero “power in action”! Congrats! ~~LMMolina

CBCMR English Department

Forensic comes from Latin forensis, and referred primarily to public debate in the Forum (or any public place). One of the things I like about Forensic ( and “oratoria”) is that students have the opportunity to develop poise and security when speaking in public. Whether they want to be lawyers, teachers, actors or any profession which involves  standing before an audience, they will have to put into practice their speaking skills to deliver a message. This message could mean a life or death sentence for another human being, getting funds for a noble cause or simply broadening the minds of others. Whether it be oratory, comedy, drama, or an original, Forensic helps build character. Those students who will be graduating this year must have found this experience a richly rewarding one. I’m positive that they will apply the skills learned in the very near future!

Yesterday, our Forensic team’s performance in the Category A…

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