Julie Schniers Receives National Forensic League Accreditation

May 8, 2012

Central High School forensics teacher Julie Schniers has received Professional Forensic Educator accreditation through the National Forensic League. This accreditation recognizes excellence in forensic education through competitive success, longevity in the field, and commitment to continuing education. While the NFL is home to over 9,000 active educators, only a select number achieve this important distinction.

The work of a forensic educator requires a high level of passion and commitment and generates tremendous benefits for students and communities.

The NFL is a not for profit educational honor society founded in 1925. Its purpose is the encourage and motivate high school students to become proficient in the forensic arts: debate, public speaking, and interpretation.

Mrs. Schniers has served as the CHS speech and debate instructor and coach for four years.