Adrienne Houpt is currently a Counseling major at Bob Jones University in Greenville, South Carolina. While in high school she competed in Dramatic Interpretation, Duo Interpretation, Program Oral Interpretation, Impromptu, Prose, and Novice Reading Speech events and on the World Schools Debate team for Nationals 2018. On weekends she travels with her alma mater as a tournament judge.
Since high school, Adrienne has been active in numerous community service activities, including teaching young children and serving on an urban outreach team on Friday nights. Although she attends college full time, she works part time as a university usher, serves as an officer in her sorority, and sings in one of the university choirs. Adrienne recognizes the impact Speech and Debate made in her life and looks forward to the opportunity to developing those skills in students attending camp.
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Our Summer Camp and Year-round programs have helped build students’ communication and critical thinking skills, thus leading to better academic performance at school. The curricula of Capitol Debate debate camps is aimed to equip children with the ability to structure arguments, prepare debate cases, research evidence, write rebuttal briefs, deliver speeches and refute opponents. Students become prepared to give outstanding speeches in class, perform in a school debate or join their high school debate teams, Model United Nations teams or speech teams. Learn more »