TOCQ Enrollment Form

Other TOCQs sponsored by local school districts

October 23, 2015 @Woodall in Tahlequah

October 23, 2018 @ Chamberlain MS in Fairview

November 1, 2018 @ Harrah

November 7, 2018 @Hulbert

November 9, 2018 @ Tahlequah HS

December tbd @ Stilwell MS

January 18, 2019 @ Stigler Invitational

January 26, 2019 @ Brink MS

February 5, 2019 @ Chisholm

February 13, 2019 @ Preston

February 26, 2019@ Crossings Christian School

March 5, 2019 @ Clinton Middle School Scholastic Meet

March 27, 2019 @ Inola Brain Brawl

March 30, 2019 ORES@ Shawnee

Links to the online tournaments

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7th Grade

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8th Grade

Algebra I

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This page was last updated on
August 24, 2017

Middle School Tournament of Champions April 6, 2019

2018-19 Dates for OAAC TOCQ's

All OAAC TOCQ's will be held online.

For area specific events, first preference for each tournament will be given to teams physically located in the 'local' area

Click here for additional information and instructions for enrollment.

November 12 -30 November Open Online TOCQ

January 9 - 31 - January Open Online TOCQ

February 4 - 22 - February Open Online TOCQ

March 1 - March 22 - Last Chance Online TOCQ



Tournament of Champions Qualifier

The Tournament of Champions is the statewide written scholastic championship for middle school students.  It is sponsored by the OAAC. 

In order to attend the TOC 6th, 7th and 8th grade students must earn a spot by placing 1st, 2nd or 3rd at a qualifying tournament.  There are several invitational TOC Qualifying tournaments held across the state. To find out if there is one close to you, click on the Other TOCQ's link.

In addition to the invitational tournaments, the OAAC will be offering our TOCQ online. For more information on online TOCQ.

Grade level mathematics and advanced mathematics

There will be a grade level mathematics test for 6th Grade, 7th Grade and 8th Grade based on the new mathematics standards. Younger students taking 7th or 8th grade mathematics will test at the grade level of the mathematics class in which they are enrolled. 6th, 7th and 8th grade mathematics tests will be given at the TOC. Students enrolled in advanced mathematics - Algebra I and up - and qualifying for the TOC will take their math test at the HSTOC in May.

If your 6th, 7th or 8th grade student is enrolled in upper level math - Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry or other advanced mathematics classes, they will compete at the HSTOC on May 5 or 6.

Advanced mathematics qualifying tests will be offered by the OAAC in the online tournaments. These tests are for qualifying purposes only - A student, regardless of grade, enrolled in Algebra I, will take the Algebra I test. A student, regardless of grade, enrolled in Geometry, will take the Geometry test, etc. These advanced math tests will count for TOC Scholar qualifying purposes.

1. Participating and/or Qualifying at an OAAC TOC qualifier will NOT give a student an advantage at the TOC in April.

2. A school may participate in only one OAAC TOC qualifier per year. However, the enrollment may be spread over several online events. For example:
If you lived in Hennessey and wanted to participate in the OAAC January TOCQ but your 7th and 8th grade students were on a field trip to DisneyWorld the week of the competition you could enter your 6th grade students in everything but the current events and humanities tests. (math, science, language arts and social studies) Then you could enter your 7th and 8th grade students in one of the other open tournaments or you could spread the enrollment over several open tournaments. Take the Humanities & Fine Arts test during the November open. Take the current events test during the February open. Take the social studies, science, language arts and mathematics test during the last chance open.

3. A school may attend as many non-OAAC TOCQs as they would like. (Invitationals)

4. Medals will be mailed for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place in each grade for each test.

5. Entry fee $2.00 per student per test.

Updated on October 24, 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 ArtSaul Bass, Otl Aicher, Paul Rand, Paula Scher, Stefan Sagmeister, Milton Glaser; Street Art – Keith Haring, Banksy, Jean-Michel Basquiat,Edgar Müller; Abstract Expressionism, Mobiles, Stabiles, Hard Edge, Minimalism, Action Painting, Pop Art, Op Art, Victor Vasarely, Bridget Riley, Alexander Calder, Frank Stella, Henry Moore, Isamu Noguchi, Alberto Giocometti, Louise Nevelson, Claes Oldenberg, Marc Chagall, Willem de Kooning, Marc Rothko, Andrew Wyeth, Grandma Moses, Robert Rauschenberg, Jasper Johns, Roy Lichtenstein, Giorgio de Chirico, George Segal, Andy Warhol, Robert Indiana, Christo and Jeanne-Claude, Dale Chihuly, Romare Bearden, Kehinde Wiley

Literature ~ Newbery and Caldecott Award Winners from 1945-Present, Sequoyah 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 Dahl, J.R.R. Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, T.H. White, Anne Frank, Boris Pasternak, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, Elie Wiesel, Chinua Achebe, Khaled Hosseini,  Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Pablo Neruda
Music ~ Instruments of the orchestra, Broadway Muscial Tony Award Winners from 1949-Present, The Rat Pack, Bluegrass Music, Soul Music, Rock 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 Presley, Buddy Holly, Jerry Lee Lewis, Hank Williams, Sr., Patsy Cline, Johnny 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, Anton Webern, Hanns Eisler, Arnold Schoenberg, Samuel Barber, 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 Fonteyn, Rudolf Nureyev, Maria Tallchief, Mikhail Baryshnikov

Architecture ~ Frank Lloyd Wright, Eero Saarinen, I.M. Pei, Maya Lin, Frank Gehry, Jørn Utzon, Mies van der Rohe, Buckminster Fuller, Philip Johnson, César Pelli, Minoru Yamasaki, Daniel Libeskind, Michael Graves, Robert Venturi

Philosophy ~ Bertrand 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