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TTUIL Academic Events

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Fall 2017

One-Act Play Directors' Workshop

 

 

Friday and Saturday, 

High School One-Act Play Directors meet for training in the techniques of gathering ideas for their classroom, learning new techniques for teaching, and collaborating with other theatre teachers focused on successful theatre programs.C

Contact: Karen Ray or Billie Gonzalez 806.742.2350

"Fall Fandango" Academic Meets

 

Campus Map

Saturday,

Academic competitions for high school students in all UIL events with the exception of speech & debate.

Contact: Jack Barton or Billie Gonzalez 806.742.2350

"Christmas at Tech" Math/Science Meets

 

Campus Map

Saturday,

Academic competition for high school students in number sense, calculator, math, and science.

Contact: Jack Barton or Billie Gonzalez 806.742.2350

Spring 2018

"Red Raider Classic" Academic Meets

Registration

Campus Map

Saturday, January 13th

Academic competitions for high school students in all UIL events with the exception of speech & debate.

Contact: Jack Barton or Billie Gonzalez
806.742.2350

"Fearless Champions" Academic Meets

State Web Site

Campus Map

 

Saturday, February 24th

Academic competitions for high school students in all UIL events with the exception of speech & debate. 

Contact: Jack Barton or Billie Gonzalez
806.742.2350

Spring Meet Directors Information: 4A & 5A Fees

State Web Site

District Directors information on district fees and procedures.
Directors should submit one check for all fees in both academics and athletic competitions.

4A Regional One-Act Play Performances

State Web Site

 

Monday, April 16th 

The 4A One-Act Play contest is a judging of six schools performances who have advanced out of Area. Each school presents an 18-40 minute play to a panel of three judges who are appointed by State UIL.
The 4A performances are held on a single day and are open to the public.

Contact: Karen Ray or Billie Gonzalez
806.742.2350

5A Regional One-Act Play Performances

State Web Site

Friday, April 13th

The 5A One-Act Play contest is a judging of six schools performances who advance out of Area. Each school presents an 18-40 minute play to a panel of three judges who are appointed by State UIL.
The 5A performances are held on a single day and are open to the public.

Contact: Karen Ray or Billie Gonzalez
806.742.2350

4A Regional Academic Meets

State Web Site

Friday and Saturday, April 13-14

Regional 4A Academic Competition in UIL Accounting, Calculator Applications, Computer Applications, Computer Science, Current Issues and Events, Literary Criticism, Mathematics, Number Sense, Ready Writing, Science, Social Studies, Spelling and Vocabulary, Poetry Interpretation, Prose Interpretation, Editorial Writing, Feature Writing, Headline Writing, and News Writing.

Contact: Jack Barton or Billie Gonzalez
806.742.2350

5A Regional Academic Meets

State Web Site

Friday and Saturday, April 13-14

Regional 5A Academic Competition in UIL Accounting, Calculator Applications, Computer Applications, Computer Science, Current Issues and Events, Literary Criticism, Mathematics, Number Sense, Ready Writing, Science, Social Studies, Spelling and Vocabulary, Poetry Interpretation, Prose Interpretation, Editorial Writing, Feature Writing, Headline Writing, and News Writing.

Contact: Jack Barton or Billie Gonzalez
806.742.2350

Summer 2018

Summer Camp Information Handbook & Scholarship Application

 

Complete information on all summer camps for parents, guardians, teachers, and students. Included in the information are the required forms and agreements.

Contact: Billie Gonzalez
806.742.2350

Summer Theatre & Technical Camps

 General Information

July 8 - 21 (tentative date)

A thirteen day summer camp for 8th grade through high school students and teachers to sharpen their acting skills during auditions, classes, and rehearsals that culminate in a final performance directed by an award winning director. Also, technical students will gain experience in set building, costuming, lights and sound, and stage management.

Contact: Karen Ray or Billie Gonzalez
806.742.2350

Summer Congress, Speech & Debate Camps

 General Information

July 8 - 14 (tentative date)

A eight day summer camp for 8th grade through high school students and teachers to gain insight into prose and poetry, extemp, argumentation theory, and quality research skills to become a better UIL competitor in Congress, Speech and Debate.

Contact: Billie Gonzalez
806.742.2350

Summer Journalism Camp

 General Information

July 10 - 14 (tentative date)

A summer camp for 8th grade through high school students and teachers to improve their skills in Editorial, Feature, News, and Headline Writing.

Contact: Billie Gonzalez
506.742-2350

Summer Math & Science Camps

General Information 

July 10 - 14 (tentative date)

A five day summer camp with the opportunity for 8th grade through high school students and teachers to gain skills, knowledge, and a better understanding of how to become a better UIL competitor in number sense, calculator, math, and science.

Contact: Jack Barton or Billie Gonzalez
806.742.2350

University Interscholastic League

  • Address

    Texas Tech Drane Hall, University Ave and 15th Street, Rooms 251, 253, 254 and 255 Lubbock, TX 79409-5035
  • Phone

    806.742.2350
  • Email

    webmaster@ttu.edu