2021-2022 Class Schedule


  • West Haven Intermediate (Sam) 8:15-10:15

  • Online Beginning (Jantzen) 10:30-12:30

  • Kaysville Beginning (Sam)  10:45-12:45

  • Kaysville Intermediate (Sam) 12:45-2:45

  • Kaysville Elite (Sam) 2:45-4:45



  • Online Intermediate (Jantzen) 10:00-12:00

  • Lehi Elite (Sam) 8:00-10:00
  • Lehi Intermediate (Sam) 10:00-12:00

  • Lehi Beginning (Sam) 12:00-2:00 in Saratoga Springs

  • Lehi Beginning (Emma) 10:00-12:00 in Highland

  • Canyon Grove Academy (Emma) 1:00-3:00

  • Cache Valley Beginning (NaLyn) 11:30-1:30

  • Cache Valley Intermediate (NaLyn) 2:00-4:00


  • Spanish Fork Intermediate (Sam) 8:15-10:15

  • Spanish Fork Beginning (Sam) 10:15-12:15


  • Tooele Beginning (Jantzen) 9:00-11:00

  • Online Beginning (McKay) 10:30-12:30

  • Provo Elite (Sam) 8:15-10:15

  • Provo Beginning (Sam) 10:15-12:15

  • Provo Intermediate (Sam) 12:30-2:30

  • Ascend Beginning (Amy) 2:45-4:45 in South Ogden

  • Mesa Beginning (Rachelle) 1:00-3:00

  • Gilbert, Arizona Beginning (Megan) 4:30-6:30

  • Gilbert, Arizona Intermediate (Rachelle) 4:30-6:30


  • Riverton Beginning (Sam) 8:15-10:15

  • Riverton Intermediate (Sam) 10:15-12:15

  • Riverton Elite (Sam) 12:30-2:30

  • Taylorsville Beginning (Jantzen) 11:00-1:00

  • Taylorsville Intermediate (Jantzen) 1:15-3:15

  • Heber Beginning (Jamie) 12:00-2:00

  • Heber Intermediate (Jamie) 2:00-4:00

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I register for a class?

Use the registration link below, or fill out the Interest Form and we can get back to you to answer any questions you may have.

How old do you need to be to take a Speech and Debate class?

Students should be 13 or older.  Twelve year olds may be admitted after an interview with the teacher.  Here are some questions to consider:

  1. Does your child want to take the class on their own, or are you having to push them? A desire to begin speaking ones thoughts is a good indication that a student’s mind is getting ready for speech and debate.

  2. Is your child beginning to consider the world beyond their immediate experience? If they are, this demonstrates that they are moving into the world of higher order cognition and may be ready to take on speech and debate. If they are not, then you may wish to have them wait another year as they may find speech and debate frustrating.

  3. Is your child ready to start doing homework every week? This is a requirement of the class, and there is little in class time to address study skills. Students who aren’t ready to do homework on a weekly basis will be more likely to flounder in the class.

​If you want to consider an intermediate class, consider the following items:


  1. Only older and more mature students are generally allowed to skip beginning. 

  2. There is content taught in beginning classes which is not revisited in later classes. 

  3. Students in advanced classes do a great deal of self directed work.