National Finals 2014

Welcome to the 27th Annual We the People National Finals


AwardWinners

Lincoln High School Places First in We the People National Finals!

After three riveting days of hearings on the U.S. Constitution, Lincoln High School from Portland, Oregon, placed first in the 27th Annual We the People National Finals. Amador Valley High School from California finished second and Maggie L. Walker Governor's School from Virginia placed third. Like the Center's Facebook page for news and photos of the event. You can find the full list of awards on the National Finals Awards page.
 

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the National Finals and
the We the People
program.

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dates and locations
and National Finals
participating teams.

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National Finals schedule
meetings, and important
forms.

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National Finals schedule,
location, and guidelines
for visitors.

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volunteer information.

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> Volunteers

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participating in the
National Finals.


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