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Duncan, Mona
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Freeman, Kathryn
English I Teacher
Raley, Jessica
Speech Teacher
Stallcup, JJ
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Destination Imagination


To see results from last year's Global Finals and what is happening in Destination Imagination this year, please check out Mrs. Raley's website by clicking here.

Global Finals 2016 - HHS Improv Team - 11th in the World!!!!


  • Destination Imagination (DI) is an educational non-profit that teaches the creative process to 125,000 students each year across grades K-12.
  • Our program takes place across 48 states and more than 30 countries including Canada, Turkey, Korea, Guatemala, Poland, China, India, Great Britain, Brazil and Singapore.
  • A 2011 study by the University of Virginia Curry School of Educationfound students who participated in DI significantly out performed non-DI students on standard assessments of creative thinking, critical thinking, and  creative problem solving.

Challenge Preview for 2016 - 2017

TECHNICAL:  Show & Tech

The Technical Challenge prompts students to complete tasks by using engineering, research, strategic planning and related skills.

  • Present a show that includes an opening act and a headlining act.
  • Design and build a stage on which the acts will take place and that will move a team member from one location to another.
  • Enhance each act with a technical effect to amaze the audience.
  • Create and present two Team Choice Elements that show off the team’s interest, skills, areas of strength, and talents.

Scientific:  Top Secret

Our Scientific Challenge blends the research and curiosity of science with the thrill and creativity of the theater arts.

  • Create and present a story about a secret mission.
  • Research and apply methods from cryptography and steganography to reveal secret messages.
  • Design and create a gadget that appears to be an everyday item.
  • Create and integrate a disguised character into the story.
  • Create and present two Team Choice Elements that show off the team’s interests, skills, areas of strength, and talents.

Engineering:  In it Together!

Our Engineering Challenge asks teams to design, build and test load-bearing structures out of specific materials.

  • Design, build and test multiple free-standing structures that work together.
  • Develop a strategy for placing structures to support as much weight as possible.
  • Develop and present a collaborative solution to a global issue.
  • Create and present two Team Choice Elements that highlight the team’s interests, skills, areas of strength, and talents.

FINE ARTS:  Vanished!

Our Fine Arts Challenge has students flex their acting and creative muscles as they experiment with different types of artistic media and theater arts, write scripts and design props. 

  • Research the meanings, roles and uses of colors.
  • Present a story about how the disappearance of a color changes the world.
  • Create a colorful character that is involved with the color’s disappearance.
  • Use technical theater methods to create a vanishing act.
  • Create and present two Team Choice Elements that show off the team’s interests, skills, areas of strength, and talents.


Our Improvisational Challenge is all about spontaneity and storytelling. Teams receive topics and produce skits right on the spot.

  • Create three improvisational skits from the same story prompt.
  • Present each skit in a different performance genre.
  • Portray a different stock character in each skit.
  • Enhance each skit with props.


Our Service Learning Challenge is designed to engage students in public service to address real-life community issues.

  • Identify, design, plan and carry out a project that addresses a real community need.
  • Create a live presentation of a team-created fable that integrates information about the project.
  • Include an impact prop and a character that changes appearance.
  • Create and present two Team Choice Elements that show off the team’s interests, skills, areas of strength, and talents.

Want to be a member of the most fun and creative group on campus?

Want your creativity to be challenged?  This may be your perfect opportunity.  Contact Mrs. Raley in the H Building for more information.

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