National Online Forensics Championship Middle School

2022 — Online, US

  2022 Championships


*** Click HERE to register for this tournament ***

***Please click here for the full invitation***

Dear Forensics Community,


Building upon the success of last year’s online championships, National Online Forensics is excited to announce the 2022 National Online Forensics Championships for College, High School, Middle School, and Elementary.   This will be a synchronous video conference national championship tournament. 



Tournament Dates:


March 18-20, 2022

Register by Mar 13, 2022

High School

June 2-5, 2022

Register by May 29, 2022

Middle School

June 2-5, 2022

Register by May 29, 2022


June 2-5, 2022

Register by May 29, 2022


National Online Forensics sees a tremendous value in an online national championship that can afford more competitors and programs the opportunity to compete and showcase their skills on a national level.


Key Points:

  • Registration is due by the Sunday before the tournament at 8pm Pacific time on

  • Reasonable entry fees payable by credit card on the website.

  • competitors will need to compete with the authorization and support of their school’s coaching staffs.  No independent competitor entries will be accepted. 

  • Each school is required to provide one judge for every 5 IE entries per pattern/2 debate teams. At the discretion of the Tournament Director, uncovered entries may be allowed (penalty fees apply).

  • The tournament will use synchronous video conferencing on the 8x8 platform. Please see the Best Practices section of this invite for tips on how to effectively use the platform.

  • There will be a single championship division for all events.




We hope you and your team can join us for a celebration of the hard work our forensics competitors have been doing all season.  If you have any questions please feel free to email us at 



The National Online Forensics Team




Please check the invitation for the schedule information. The schedule may be adjusted depending on entries.

Pattern A: LD, Public Forum, Big Questions, Congress, Policy

Pattern B: Prose, HI, Persuasive, Duo, Speech to Entertain, Impromptu

Pattern C: Extemp, DI, Declamation, Poetry, Storytelling, Informative, Program Oral Interp

Pattern D: SPAR