High School Tournament of Champions
The OAAC is actively monitoring information concerning COVID-19.
I know that several of the qualifying events have been cancelled for this year - we are working on a plan for that as well.
I am not sure of the final format or even the date, but if you and your students are still interested in participating, we will have a High School Tournament of Champions.
Please enroll your students as if this were any other year. You will receive confirmation when your enrollment is received.
I will keep everyone updated.
Tournament of Champions
The HSTOC is the state written championship for high school students. Grades 9-12
Click the Adobe icon to download the 2020 HSTOC booklet
Who: Students in 9-12 grade who have qualified to attend
Where: Tentatively at Redlands Community College in El Reno could be online
When: May 1 & 2, 2020 OR when schools are back in session
Cost: $10.00 per student per test
How to Qualify for the HSTOC
1st, 2nd and 3rd place trophies are awarded for each subject test. 4th & 5th place medals for each subject test. Top 10 stickers for all students placing 6-10.
1st, 2nd and 3rd place Scholar Trophies for each 9th-12th grade
1.) Student must place 1st - 5th at a qualifying tournament.
2.) Open Enrollment - This includes tests for which there are very few corresponding tests at the regional level. Please select students for open enrollment tests carefully. The student you enter in these competitions should be either currently enrolled in the class or have a background in independent study for this area.
Art History & Terms
Music Theory & History
Family & Consumer Sciences
Communication Skills (Speech)
Computer Applications (software)
Computer Science (programing)
World Languages - only if involved in personal study or currently enrolled. Spanish, French, German.
3.) Testing in a subject not offered at the qualifying meet. Schools with students attending the HSTOC as a result of placing at a qualifying meet may enter one student in a test that was not offered at the qualifier. Requirements:
Student must be currently enrolled in the class that corresponds with the requested test.
The requested test(s) must not have been offered at the qualifying event(s) attended by the school.
Friday and/or Saturday Testing
We offer testing on Friday and/or Saturday. Students with conflicts on Saturday, may choose to come on Friday to take their tests. Vice Verse.
Friday night schedule will mirror the Saturday schedule.
Friday testing begins at 1:00 pm with the last test starting at 7:00
* On Friday night ONLY Once the scheduled test has been distributed, all tests offered in that room will be available
On Saturday the first test is at 9:00 with the last test starting at 2:00
On Saturday Only
Awards distributed at the end of each testing hour.
3:15 - Scholar Results Announced
*Current Events items will come from the time span of May 2019 through March 20, 2020.
** 40% of the Humanities & Fine Arts test will be over the Focus Period.
HSTOC Scholar Test - Freshman Scholar, Sophomore Scholar, Junior Scholar, Senior Scholar
To qualify to take the Scholar test a student must have qualified to take at least 3 tests at the HSTOC OR have qualified to take the scholar test the previous year.
There will be one scholar test over multiple subjects. Each scholar test will include questions from grade level language arts, math, science, social studies as well as current events, fine arts and humanities, vocabulary, literature, and pop culture.
TOC T-shirt Order Form
Order deadline for day of tournament pick-up is April 22
Orders received AFTER March 22 will be placed on the post-tournament order list and will require shipping added to the total.
If you would rather have a hard copy to print and fill in by hand click here.