National Finals 2015

Welcome to the 28th Annual We the People National Finals

Oregon's Grant High School Places First in We the People National Finals

Grant High School from Portland, Oregon, placed first in the 28th Annual We the People National Finals. Maggie L. Walker Governor's School from Richmond, Virginia, finished second, with Douglas S. Freeman High School of Henrico, Virginia, placing third. You can find the full results here and on our Facebook page, and share your enthusiasm using hashtag #WTPFinals



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