SABIS students honored for achievements at Princeton Model Congress in Washington
SABIS students recently competed in the Princeton Model Congress to great success. The follwing is from a MassLive article on the event:
"SABIS Springfield students won eight awards in the competition, achieving a third-place victory in the overall competition. It is notable that the first place finisher was The Dalton School, where annual tuition is $48,450. Second place went to New York City's Trinity School where the annual tuition is $52,795.
In addition to the school's overall achievements, SABIS senior Jada Ficarra ran successfully for president of the Princeton Model Congress. Ficarra has worked hard for four years to make this dream a reality, according to organizers.
The SABIS students crafted and created model legislation on issues ranging from bullying, senior citizen care and grants to addressing racial bias concerns. Dean Berry, Springfield SABIS Department Chair of History, has advised and worked with the students and was also present at the luncheon and ceremony at the school."
Read the full article and watch the accompanying video here.
Congratualations to the team for their success!