2017 Pro-Life High School Oratory Contest

    The contest is open to all Tennessee high school students, grades 9 - 12. Contestants must research, write, and present an original pro-life speech on the topics of abortion, infanticide, stem cell research or euthanasia. Great prize opportunities include cash, college scholarships, and an all-expense paid trip for the state winner and a parent to the 2017 National Right to Life Convention in Milwaukee. The contest has three phases: Contestants compete in a local competition. See below for local contest application and contest rules. Local winners advance to the state competition to be held on April 22 at Aquinas College in Nashville. Registration begins at 12:00 noon CDT and the competition begins at 1:00 p.m. The state winner advances to the national competition to be held on Saturday, July 1 at the Downtown Hyatt Regency in Milwaukee in conjunction with the 2017 National Right to Life Convention.       Please consider how you might support this important project. Youth-oriented gifts and cash contributions are needed to fund prizes as well as traveling expenses to the national competition for Tennessee’s winner.Select High School Oratory Contest as the Program Designation. Information for contestants: 2017 List of Local Contests    2017 Contest Application 2017 Contest Rules

Pro-Life Teen Wins 2015 State Speech Contest

Davidson County Sophomore Wins 2015 Pro-Life Speech Contest Robertson County Teen will represent Tennessee at National Contest   "A true feminist would help a pregnant woman in need rather than sending her to the abortion clinic. A true feminist would acknowledge the sanctity of life and do everything in her power to protect it," stated Cameron Sheppard during the recent Tennessee Right to Life Pro-Life Oratory Contest for High School Students. Continue reading