This weekend, high school students from across the nation will compete in the 27th Annual We the People National Finals, testing their knowledge of the U.S. Constitution and American government. On Monday, the top ten classes will meet on Capitol Hill to determine which team will be this year's national champions. Visit our National Finals homepage for more information, like our Facebook page, or use hashtag #wtpfinals to keep up with the latest news.
After three riveting days of competition, Brown County Junior High School of Nashville, Indiana, and Floyd Central High School of Floyd's Knobs, Indiana, each placed first in their respective divisions in the Second Annual We the People National Invitational. For the full results, visit our National Invitational homepage. To view photos from the event, like our We the People Alumni Network Facebook page.
We the People students from Forest Hills High School in New York appeared on The Debrief with David Ushery recently to talk about why studying the Constitution is important to them. The Forest Hills students are part of the state championship team attending the National Finals in April. Watch the video.
The Amador Valley High School We the People team was honored in the California State Senate on March 28 for winning the state We the People competition. Senate Majority Leader Ellen Corbett presented a proclamation to the students.