The first two rounds of the National Gaelic Schools' Debate was held in Stornoway Town Hall earlier this month.
Out of the sixteen teams present, four made it through to the semi-finales, including Sir E Scott School and Liniclate School.
The event, which took place on Tuesday 5 and Wednesday 6 November, saw judges Iain Steven Morrison, Agnes Rennie and Boyd Robertson picking the semi-finalists.
The first semi-final draw will see Inverness Royal Academy B against Liniclate School. In the second debate of the evening Bishopbriggs Academy A will be against Sir E Scott School.
Semi-finals will be held at the Macdonald Holyrood Hotel in Edinburgh on Wednesday 4th December 2019.
The Final will be held the following evening, Thursday 5 December in the main chamber at The Scottish Parliament and will be broadcast live on BBC Radio nan Gàidheal.
The topic for the debate between Inverness Royal Academy B and Liniclate School will be: “Gadgets like Fitbits are helpful to keep us healthy.”
Bishopbriggs Academy A will debate against Sir E Scott School on the topic: “It is better to follow than be the first.”
The winner of Debate A will face the winner of Debate B in the final on the topic: “In twenty years, the proper Gaelic communities will be in the big cities.”