Congratulations to all the students who competed in the 35th annual We the People: The Citizen and the Constitution National Finals! The results of the competition appear below. The We the People National Finals were made possible in part by T-Mobile. 


Top Twelve

First Place - California, Amador Valley High School

Second Place - Indiana, Fishers High School

Third Place - Virginia Wildcard, Douglas S. Freeman High School

Fourth Place - California Wildcard, Foothill High School

Fifth Place - Virginia, Maggie L. Walker Governor's School for Government and International Studies

Sixth Place - Oregon, Grant High School

Seventh Place - Colorado, Denver East High School

Eighth Place - Washington, Tahoma High School

Ninth Place - Wisconsin, Wauwatosa West High School

Tenth Place - Connecticut, Trumbull High School

Eleventh Place - Massachusetts, Easthampton High School 

Twelve Place - Nevada, Reno High School

Division Awards

Division A - Illinois, Maine South High School

Division B - Alabama, Vestavia Hills High School

Division C - Oregon Wildcard, Central Catholic High School

Division D - Wyoming, Sheridan High School

Unit Awards

Unit 1 - Michigan, East Grand Rapids High School

Unit 2 - Wisconsin Wildcard, Wauwatosa East High School

Unit 3 - New Hampshire, Milford High School

Unit 4 - Nevada Wildcard, West Career and Technical Academy

Unit 5 - New Jersey, East Brunswick High School

Unit 6 - Utah, Green Canyon High School & Sky View High School


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