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National Finals: April 13-15, 2024

Prepare to be amazed as high school students from across the nation showcase their knowledge of the U.S. Constitution and American government. Now in its fifth decade, the National Finals serves as an exciting finale to students' We the People educational journey. The competition utilizes Simulated Congressional Hearings and typically features 48 teams, each representing their respective states.


Awards Ceremony

On the final evening of the National Finals, watch as Unit, Division, and Top-10 awards are given out, culminating in the crowning of a new national champion. The livestream begins at 8:00 p.m. ET on Monday, April 15.

Top-10 Teams

  • Amador Valley High School
    Pleasanton, California
  • Reno High School
    Reno, Nevada
  • Grant High School
    Portland, Oregon (Wildcard)
  • Foothill High School
    Pleasanton, California (Wildcard)
  • Glen Allen High School
    Glen Allen, Virginia ( Wildcard)
  • East High School
    Denver, Colorado
  • Lincoln High School
    Portland, Oregon
  • Tahoma High School
    Maple Valley, Washington
  • Douglas S. Freeman High School
    Henrico, Virginia
  • Easthampton High School
    Easthampton, Massachusetts

Still Have Questions?

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Emily Voss or Rebecca Reeder by email. They can assist you or direct you to additional resources.

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