The CHS forensics team, which focuses on the art of speech and presentation, got the opportunity to compete with other MCPS students when they competed in their first qualifying meet of the season Oct. 26.
Junior Annie Fang placed second in the Prose Interpretation category of the meet with her performance of the short story “Dog Days” by Judy Budnitz, and she has qualified for the next round.
“I am honored and very excited for what’s to come,” Fang said, “It makes me more inspired to improve my presentation skills and see how far I can go.”
The team has two remaining qualifying meets on Dec. 7 and Feb. 1. The final tournament is on Feb. 14 and Feb. 15.