Invictus Fides Speech and Debate Club Invictus Fides Speech and Debate Club Invictus Fides Speech and Debate Club

Welcome Judges!

Speech and Debate Tournament Judges!

Thank you so much for your interest in judging at our speech and debate tournament!

Please Register Here to choose your date and time.  We look forward to your feedback!

We need a 3-hour commitment from you for judge orientation/training, judging a round, and completing ballots. Please sign up for an event time which fits your schedule.

To thank you for your time, breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks will be prepared fresh for judges throughout the day. Fresh coffee will be brewing all day, along with teas and ice water.

Thank you for taking the time to fill out the Judge Registration and planning to stay for the duration of your commitment. If, for some reason, you are unable to fulfill your commitment, please cancel your registration.

Welcome to Invictus Fides Speech and Debate Club

Invictus Fides is a Christian homeschool speech and debate club in the DFW metroplex. Invictus Fides, latin for Invincible Faith, aims to use the tools of speech and debate to train Christian students to develop critical thinking and leadership skills while respecting the views of others, all for the ultimate purpose of glorifying Jesus Christ. 

Please visit the Helpful links section below to learn more about our organization. Our club provides excellent instruction from talented coaches to prepare students to compete in Stoa, a national competitive speech and debate organization for Christian homeschool families.

Helpful Links

Stoa - National Speech and Debate League
Learn more about the league that Invictus Fides competes in by going to the "Getting started" tab. This website has a wealth of written information as well as helpful videos.
Speech Events
Visit the national league page to learn more about the speech events for which we offer training.
Debate Events
Learn more about the various types of debate.
Joining Our Club
Learn more about our club and how to join.

What is Stoa like?