Debate Camp Registration Process
Below we have outlined what the registration process looks like for Triumph Debate Camp.
1 – Determine if Triumph is Right for You.Before even beginning the registration process, you should first ensure that Triumph Debate Camp is right for you.
2 - Apply for Financial Aid & ScholarshipsSome students may qualify for reduced debate camp tuition based on their family income, high travel costs and other factors.
3 – Register for our Summer InstituteVisit our registration page to view the events we offer, our options for length, our dates, prices and more about our debate camp.
4 – Fill out all Necessary FormsAfter camp registration, students must submit & review all required forms (media consent forms, medical forms, packing lists, etc).
This step is required, and students will not be able to attend debate camp unless all forms are returned to us.
5 – Meet the Staff WorkshopBefore debate camp begins, we will invite all campers to a workshop where they can meet their instructors & mentors, and have the opportunity to ask any questions they have.
6 - Join us for the Start of Camp!Once steps 1-5 have been completed, you will be all ready to join us for the start of our virtual debate camp on July 5th, 2021.
Our Lincoln Douglas Sessions (July 5th - 18th)
Traditional Division (2 weeks): $1,395
Triumph Debate Camp offers a traditional division that focuses on LD debate successful at NCFL/NSDA tournaments. We prioritize understanding core debate skills, philosophy and framework, communication, and more. This division is ideal for students who compete in local circuits, want to succeed at their state tournament, or hope to do well at NSDA Nationals.
Progressive - Transition Division (2 weeks): $1,395
Triumph Debate Camp features a Progressive-Transition division that focuses on assisting students from various backgrounds transition to the National Circuit. Ideal students for this program include those who competed in other events on the National Circuit, debaters who have experience primarily on local circuits, students looking to transition from Junior Varsity to Varsity, and students who want to make a more full-season commitment to the National Circuit.