The GRENLEC Debates is a national inter-secondary school competition, which was started in 2008.
The following are the results of GRENLEC’s Debates from 5-6 October 2017. Themes for the 2017 competition include Constitution Reform, Development, Migration and Public Health and Safety.
Grenada Christian Academy
Be it resolved that the importation of vehicles into Grenada be capped annually.
5 Oct. 2017
Beacon High – 587.5
Grenada Christian Academy – 597 WINNER
Anglican High School
|Be it resolved that unregulated roadside food vending is harmful to the economic development of Grenada.|
Anglican High School- 636.5 WINNER
Hillsborough Secondary – 708.5 WINNER
St. Mark’s Secondary
Grenada Boys’ Secondary
Be it resolved that Grenada’s national development will continue to be dependent on loans and grants.
development of Grenada.
St. Mark’s – 589.5 WINNER
Grenada Boys Secondary 528.5
Presentation Brothers’ College
Be it resolved that it is feasible for small-island states to be solely dependent on renewable energy.
Wesley College 578
Presentation Brother’s College 600.5 WINNER
J W Fletcher Catholic Secondary
St Andrew’s Anglican Secondary
|Be it resolved that globalisation is beneficial to small island developing states such as Grenada.|
J W Fletcher Catholic Secondary 544.5
St Andrew’s Anglican Secondary 650.5 WINNER
St Joseph’s Convent, St George’s
|Be it resolved that Grenada can continue to develop without full implementation of a land use policy.|
Bishop’s College 608.5
St Joseph’s Convent, St George’s 695.5 WINNER
St Joseph’s Convent, Grenville
|Be it resolved that religious holidays be abolished.|
St Joseph’s Convent, Grenville 665 WINNER
Boca Secondary 513.5
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