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Regional College and University Scholastic, Interscholastic and Curricular Competitions

 

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August 2, 2018

High School Tournament of Champions May 4, 2019 @ Redlands Community College in El Reno

2019 Dates for OAAC HSTOCQ's

All OAAC HSTOCQ's will be held online.

HSTOCQ One will be open from January 14 - February 15

HSTOCQ Two will be open February 18 - April 19

HSTOCQ Three will be open April 25 - March 15

Last Chance HSTOCQ will be open March 25 - April 19

You may enroll in a specific subject only once. You may spread the subjects over any of the 4 dates.

Exceptions are Vocabulary - all grades must test at the same time/event

Current Events - all grades must test at the same time/event

 

 

 

High School Tournament of Champions Qualifier

There will be 4 separate HSTOCQ events in 2019.
One = January 14 - February 15
Two = February 18 - April 19
Three = April 25 - March 15
Last Chance = March 25 = April 19

Vocabulary and English Usage for grade level may be taken 9th - 12th grade year. All other subjects may be taken only once during your high school career.
Offering the following subjects:

Algebra I - open to students enrolled in Algebra I only.
Algebra II - open to students enrolled in Algebra II only

American History - open to HS Juniors ONLY

American Literature -open to HS Juniors ONLY

Anatomy & Physiology
Biology I- open to students enrolled in Biology I only.
Calculus
Chemistry

Current Events (still offered to all attendees)

English Literature - open to HS Seniors ONLY

English Usage 9th Grade
English Usage 10th Grade
English Usage 11th Grade

English Usage 12th Grade

French I
German(specify year I, II)
Geometry- open to students enrolled in Geometry only
Government/Civics
Humanities & Fine Arts
Humanities & Fine Arts - Focus Period
Oklahoma History
Physical Science - open to students enrolled in Physical Science only

Physics

Psychology

Spanish(specify year I, II)
Trigonometry
Vocabulary

World History

 

If your student has already qualified in a specific area - please do not enter the same student to test in that area a 2nd time. Leave the spot for someone else.

Our intent in offering a HSTOCQ is not to replace the existing qualifying tournaments held by the colleges and universities, but to allow the high schools in outlying areas an opportunity to qualify for the HSTOC without multiple long trips. Also, offering additional qualifying tests for subjects not offered by all scholastic tournaments.

In order to attend the HSTOC students must earn a spot by placing 1st-5th at a qualifying tournament.  Many regional colleges and universities host scholastic tournaments. To find out if there is one close to you, click on the Regional College and University Scholastic, Interscholastic and Curricular Competitions link to the left.

In addition to the competitions held by colleges and universities, the OAAC will be offering an opportunity to qualify by participating in our HSTOCQ online.

1. Qualifying at an OAAC HSTOC qualifier will NOT give a student an advantage at the HSTOC in May.

2. A school may participate by subject grade in only one OAAC HSTOC qualifier per year. If you give the English Usage 9th grade test during HSTOCQ One, it may not be taken by your school during any of the other testing events. You may, however give EU 9th during HSTOCQ One then offer EU 10th during any subsequent HSTOCQ. Subjects may be spread over the 4 dates.   

A school may attend as many College and University meets as it would like.   

3. For OAAC HSTOCQ tournaments, medals will be given to 1st, 2nd and 3rd place in each test.

6. Entry fee $2.00 per student per test.

Updated on August 28, 2018

2018-19 Humanities and Fine Arts focus period
1945 - Present
Underlined means that grades 4, 5, and UEL should focus here first.
Midlevel and Froshmore should focus on all, but especially the non-underlined.  
Including, but not limited to:
~ Art ~ 
Modern Native American Art – Harvey Pratt, Allan Houser, Enoch K. Haney, Blackbear Bosin, TC Cannon, Benjamin Harjo, Horace Poolaw, Kiowa 6, Woody Crumbo, Mike Larsen, Jerome Tiger, Jeri Redcorn, Martha Berry; Photography – Margaret Bourke-White, Annie Leibovitz, Richard Avedon, Henri Cartier-Bresson; Graphic Art – Saul Bass, Otl Aicher, Paul Rand, Paula Scher, Stefan Sagmeister, Milton GlaserStreet Art – Keith Haring, Banksy, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Edgar Müller; Abstract Expressionism, Mobiles, Stabiles, Hard Edge, Minimalism, Pop ArtOp Art, Victor Vasarely, Bridget RileyAlexander Calder, Frank Stella, Henry Moore, Isamu Noguchi, Alberto Giacometti, Louise Nevelson, Claes Oldenberg, Marc Chagall, Willem de Kooning, Marc Rothko, Andrew Wyeth, Grandma Moses, Robert Rauschenberg, Jasper Johns, Roy Lichtenstein, George Segal, Andy Warhol, Robert Indiana, Christo and Jeanne-Claude, Dale Chihuly, Romare Bearden, Kehinde Wiley

~ Literature ~ 
Newbery and Caldecott Award Winners from 1945-PresentSequoyah Award Winners (4th, 5th, & UEL only Children’s Winners 1959-Present; 7th, 8th only Young Adult and Intermediate Winners from 1988-Present; Froshmore only High School Winners 2010-Present); Graphic Novel - Art Spiegelman, Frank Miller, Alan Moore, Dave Gibbons, David Lloyd; Ralph Ellison, James Baldwin, Lorraine Hansberry, Gwendolyn Brooks, Alex Haley, Toni Morrison, Alice Walker, Rachel Carson, Ken Kesey, William S. Burroughs, Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg, Isaac Asimov, Kurt Vonnegut, Ray Bradbury, Douglas Adams, Sylvia Plath, David Mamet, Arthur Miller, Tennessee Williams, Edward Albee, August Wilson, Tony Kushner, Neil Simon, Robert Frost, J.D. Salinger, John Updike, Cormac McCarthy, Amy Tan, N. Scott Momaday, Sherman Alexie, Truman Capote, Harper Lee, Flannery O’Connor, Joseph Heller, E.B. White, Shirley Jackson, Maya Angelou, William Inge, Tom Wolfe, Richard Adams, Samuel Beckett, Anthony Burgess, Ian Fleming, William Golding, Seamus Heaney, Kazuo Ishiguro, V.S. Naipaul, Harold Pinter, J.K. Rowling, Salman Rushdie, Dylan Thomas, Roald DahlJ.R.R. TolkienC.S. LewisT.H. WhiteAnne Frank, Boris Pasternak, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, Elie Wiesel, Chinua Achebe, Khaled Hosseini,  Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Pablo Neruda
~ Music ~
Instruments of the orchestra, Broadway 1945-Present, The Rat Pack, Bluegrass MusicSoul MusicRock and Roll Music, Funk music, Disco Music, 80s Pop Music, Contemporary Christian Music, Heavy Metal Music, Punk & Alternative Rock Music, Hip Hop Music, Ray Charles, B. B. King, Sam Cooke, James Brown, Elvis PresleyBuddy Holly, Jerry Lee Lewis, Hank Williams, Sr.Patsy ClineJohnny Cash, Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, The Beatles, The Bee Gees, Michael Jackson, Bruce Springsteen, Prince, Amy Grant, Michael W. Smith, DJ Kool Herc, LL Cool J, Public Enemy, N.W.A., The Ramones, Metallica, Pearl Jam, Nirvana; Native American Music – Louis Ballard, Jerod Tate; Leonard Bernstein, Ralph Vaughan Williams, Charles Ives, Hanns Eisler, Arnold Schoenberg, Samuel Barber, Gian Carlo Menotti; Electronic Music - Karlheinz Stockhausen, Edgard Varése, Pierre Boulez Luigi Nono and Milton Babbitt; Paul Hindemith, Carl Orff, Igor Stravinsky, Sergei Prokofiev, Dimitri Shostakovich, Benjamin Britten(post-war opera), John Cage, Minimalist Music, Terry Riley, Steve Reich, Phillip Glass, John Adams 
~ Dance ~ 
Bob Fosse, Twyla Tharp, Agnes de Mille, Alvin Ailey, Jerome Robbins, Gregory Hines, Margot FonteynRudolf NureyevMikhail Baryshnikov; Native American BallerinasMaria and Marjorie Tallchief, Yvonne Clouseau, Rosella Hightower, Moscelyne Larkin
~ Architecture ~
Frank Lloyd WrightEero SaarinenI.M. PeiMaya Lin, Frank Gehry, Jørn Utzon, Mies van der Rohe, Buckminster Fuller, Philip Johnson, César Pelli, Minoru Yamasaki, Daniel Libeskind, Michael Graves, Robert Venturi
~ Philosophy ~ 
Bertram Russell, Ludwig Wittgenstein, Existentialism (concepts of Angst, the Absurd, and Authenticity), Martin Heidegger, Jean-Paul Sartre, Simone de Beauvoir, Maurice Merleau-Ponty, Albert Camus, Michel Foucault, Jacques Derrida, Feminist philosophy: Iris Marion Young – Throwing Like A Girl; Betty Friedan – The Feminine Mystique