Fall Leadership is around the corner!


 2019 WCTSMA Fall Leadership. Last year we hosted over 300 students and faculty at the Fall Leadership Event here in Seattle and we are excited to host it again! This year’s event will take place prior to our match on October 6th at 1PM. The conference will include a panel of speakers, raffle prizes, and student led breakout sessions. Once the conference concludes, guests will enjoy the match along with $10 in food vouchers.

Registration for the event is open and can be done via this email or calling 206-512-1265. Tickets are $29 each and include all conference activities, match ticket, and food vouchers. Space may be limited to the first 500 guests. Please see the flier for additional details.


WCTSMA Leads the way at Nationals!

What an incredible showing at Nationals for Washington! A record 19 schools from Washington participated in the National event. Issaquah and Klahowya repeat as National Champions in their divisions. Other schools who finished in the top 5 in their divisions include Wenatchee(3rd), South Kitsap(5th), Auburn Mountainview(4th), Kent Meridian(5th), Kingston(3rd), Yakima Valley Technical(4th), and East Valley Yakima(5th).

Washington dominated as each individual National Champion was from WCTSMA. Issaquah’s Grace S., Mount Vernon’s Monica B., and Klahowya’s Kate S. were top in their divisions. Washington also produced 54 All American students in the 3 divisions.

Individual team scores will be released soon by AACI. Watch social media for posting by individual instructors. Due to privacy issues, we can not post results as distributed by ACCI.

Press Release 2019

National Champions 2019

WCTSMA completes Joint Officer Training at Black Lake

Sunday May 19, 2019, your newly appointed State Officer team reported for Joint Officer Training at Black Lake Bible Camp. Your 12 member student board along with 5 BOD advisors prepared for the upcoming 2019-20 CTSO year. Look for some exciting changes within the student board and at WCTSMA activities.

Your student board received valuable training with TRI-Leadership for 2 complete days. Look for new workshop activities at State as one of the innovations your student board has implemented already. Improving communications was a huge issue tackled over the 3 days of training. New student board positions were established to pursue better regional work in this area.

The BOD hashed out big changes to State activities using feedback from instructor and student responses. An update was sent to program directors around the state mapping out changes for 2019-20.

Plans are already in the works for Fall and Winter Leadership. Your State Officer Board will make their debut October 6, 2019 at Century Link Field leading activities for Fall Leadership. Hope to see everyone there for the new improved show!