We the People High School Constitutional Competition

We the People High School Constitutional Competition 

2022 National Competition Results

 

Grant High School and Central Catholic High School We the People teams in Washington DC

Congratulations to Grant High School for their 6th place overall finish at the national competition, and to Central Catholic High School for winning their division.

You can view the full results as well as the awards presentation video at the Center for Civic Education website.

Oregon We the People State Competition

Thank you to everyone who helped make the competition day great on February 5, 2022! Teachers, coaches, volunteer judges and facilitators, team supporters, Classroom Law Project staff and Board members, but most of all – thank you to the student teams for your time, hard work, and dedication. You are all indeed the leaders of tomorrow!

2021-22 State Competition Results

John Lewis Award

Parkrose High School, Portland – Teacher: Richard English

Wild Card

Central Catholic High School, Portland – Teacher: Geoffrey Stuckart

State Champions

Grant High School, Portland – Teacher: Angela DiPasquale

The We the People National Finals Tournament will take place virtually April 22-26, 2022.  The National Finals Hearing Questions are available HERE.

 

2021-22 Regional Competition Results
Unit Award Winners
Unit 1 – McDaniel High School
Unit 2 – McDaniel High School
Unit 3 – Parkrose High School 1
Unit 4 – Franklin High School Demo Team
Unit 5 – McDaniel High School
Unit 6 – Aloha High School
State Finalists (in alphabetical order)
Central Catholic High School
Cleveland High School
Franklin High School
Grant High School
Lake Oswego High School
Lincoln High School

 

 If you have questions, or are interested in starting a team at your school, get in touch!

2021-22 WTP State Hearing Questions

 

2021-22 Season Calendar

September 18, 2021 – Teacher / Coach Workshop; Regional Competition registration opens

November 19, 2021 – Regional Competition registration Closes

January 22, 2022 – We the People Regional Tournament

February 5, 2022 – We the People State Tournament

April 22-26, 2022 – We the People National Tournament (VIRTUAL)

Additional Resources: The Center for Civic Ed is offering  ongoing resources and information for We the People curriculum and hearings. Check out their interactive We the People digital text, which can be very useful if you are teaching remotely this year.

 

Helpful links for Teachers, Classes, & Teams: