PCHS Model UN Academic Team Wins Best School Delegation Award at the Southwest Florida Model UN Conference
This past week, for the 16th time in the past 21 years, the PCHS Model UN Academic Team won the Best School Delegation Award at the Southwest Florida Model UN Conference, topping several of the country's top teams. That put the PCHS team's 2018-19 head to head record against high schools from across the country and the world at 145 wins against one loss, and that loss was avenged this week.
Winning First Place BEST DELEGATE GAVELS in their respective committees were: seniors Simon Nease, Zoe Ortiz, Maddy Odenweller and Logan Deveau, and junior Anna Belevitch.
Winning Second Place Outstanding Delegate Awards were Seniors Marc Johnson, Bana Jarrah, Megan Corn and Noah Reid, junior Carson McNamara, and sophomore Jordan Gulledge.
Megan Corn was awarded a $1,000 scholarship as the conference's Best First Year Senior Delegate.
Marc Johnson was awarded a $1,500 scholarship for career excellence.
And Seniors Maddy Odenweller, Logan Deveau and Simon Nease all receive $2,500 scholarships for career excellence.
That's three top conference championships this year led by our dynamic senior leaders.
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