Attention high school students looking for a scholarship Opportunity! 
The GTRC is proud to announce the 4 way speech scholarship competition, where high school students (9th - 12th) can present their version of Roatary's "4 way test" and win a scholarship/ 
Contest Rules:
  1. Contestants must be students from the 9th through 12th grade (public, private or home school).
  2. The subject of “What the Four Way Test Means to Me” should be closely followed.  The actual “Four Way Test” is at the bottom of this page. 
The material must be original in content and be about applying the Rotary Four Way Test to an important issue in our everyday relationships with other people.  Contestants should write a speech with facts, statistics, stories, examples, and quotations.  Contestants may add some humor and personal touches but do not mention their names, schools or cities or the locations of the sponsoring Rotary Clubs.  For important information about the 4-Way Test, go here.
  1. Written scripts are not allowed; 3 x 5 cards may be used;
  2. No props of any kind will be allowed.
  3. There is a 5 minute time limit + a 30 second grace period.  There will be timekeepers at each contest to strictly enforce.  After 5 minutes 30 seconds, a 5% penalty deduction will be taken from the score. 
  4. Speeches will be judged as follows:
  • Content – Counts as 1/3 of total score
    • The speaker addressed the topic “What the 4-Way Test Means to Me”
  • Delivery – Counts as 1/3 of total score
    • Vocal delivery including rate, volume, pronunciation, and variety; effective eye contact and gestures
  • Organization – Counts as 1/3 of total score
    • Introduction of subject, main points, and conclusions
Of the things we think, say or do:
Is it the TRUTH?
Is it FAIR to all concerned?
Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?
Your submissions can be emailed to Summer Woods