Recently at Mill Springs Academy in the Upper School's U.S. History class, students participated in their fall semester debates, this year's topics were on immigration. The main question focused on illegal immigrants, their role in our society, and if these immigrants should be allowed to become U.S. citizens. Students were given categories to research, these categories included: crime, the economy, borders, immigration quotas, and law enforcement. The students have been working all through November on this research, concluding with each class having their own debate! We are very proud of the students and are impressed by the work they put in prior to the debates. The debates went well and we look forward to the spring debates, the questions then will be on the dropping of the atomic bomb. Parker is pictured in full debate mode.