Charlotte High Takes 1st at 20th Judicial Circuit Mock Trial Competition
CHS Mock Trial Team: 1st row: Alicia Foley,David Riley (Faculty Coach), and,Carlye Mahler, 2nd row: Taylor Gerich, Athena Reyes, and Emma Giordano, 3rd row: Patrick Abel, Gavin Towles, and Justis Sisk. Stephanie Jimenez (Attorney Coach) and Steve Leskovich (Attorney Coach) are not pictured.
The 20th annual Twentieth Judicial Court High School Mock Trial Competition was held Friday, February 8, 2019, at the Collier County Court House. Charlotte High School, the Charlotte County Public Schools Mock Trial Champions, battled against teams from Lely High School, Collier County, and Fort Myers High School, Lee County, during a grueling one day contest.
Charlotte High School and Lely High School competed in the Final Round to determine which team would represent the Twentieth Judicial Court at the State Mock Trial Competition in March. In a very exciting Final Round, Charlotte High School claimed the title, Twentieth Judicial Court High School Mock Trial Champions.
This will be the fifth time Charlotte High School will make an appearance at the State Mock Trial Competition in Orlando. This event is a wonderful showcase of student talent, community partnership, and county collaboration!
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