National Finals 2004 No state shall be eligible to receive an award in more than one category.
National Winners’ Awards Presented to the schools with the highest scores in the final round of competition.
East Brunswick High School
Maggie L. Walker Governor's School For Goverment And International Studies
Grant High School
Special Recognition Presented to the seven schools placing four through ten on
the field day of competition- alphabetically by state
Sparkman High School
Dobson High School
Our Lady Of Lourdes Academy
Kahuku High & Intermediate School
Maine Township High School South
East Grand Rapids High School
Heritage Christian School
Regional Awards Presented to the five schools, one in each geographic region, with the highest cumulative score during the first two days of competition.
Region One – Western States
Amador Valley High School
Region Two – Mountain/Plains States
McAllen Memorial High School
Region Three – Central States
Region Four – Southeastern States
Northwest Guilford High School
Region Five – Northeastern States
Half Hollow Hills East High School
Unit Awards Presented to the schools achieving the highest scores, based on the first two days of the national finals in each of the six units of the We the People: The Citizen and the Constitution text.
Unit One - What Are the Philosophical and Historical Foundations of the American Political System?
Westminster Christian Academy
Unit Two - How Did the Framers Create the Constitution?
Tahoma Senior High School
Unit Three - How Did the Values and Principles Embodied in the Constitution Shape American Institutions and Practices?
Lincoln Southeast High School
Unit Four - How Have the Protections of the Bill of Rights Been Developed and Expanded
Nashua High School South
Unit Five - What Rights Does the Bill of Rights Protect?
Highland High School
Unit Six - What Are the Roles of the Citizen in American Democracy?)