Top Twelve

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

Second Place - Grant High School, Oregon

Third Place - Reno High School, Nevada

Fourth Place - Wauwatosa West High School, Wisconsin

Fifth Place - Mountain View High School, Arizona

Sixth Place - Foothill High School, California (Wild)

Seventh Place - Irvington High School, California 

Eight Place - Incline High School, Nevada (Wild)

Ninth Place - Trumbull High School, Connecticut (Wild)

Tenth Place - Tahoma High School, Washington 

Eleventh Place - Hamilton Southeastern High School, Indiana

Twelve Place - Hamilton High School, Arizona (Wild)

Unit Awards

Unit One - East Brunswick High School, New Jersey

Unit Two - Lincoln East High School, Nebraska

Unit Three - Cleveland High School, Oregon (Wild)

Unit Four - Staples High School, Connecticut

Unit Five - Vestavia Hills High School, Alabama

Unit Six - Raleigh Charter High School, North Carolina

Division Awards

Division A - Easthampton High School, Massachusetts

Division B - East Grand Rapids High School, Michigan

Division C - Wauwatosa East High School, Wisconsin (Wild)

Division D - Denver East High School, Colorado


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