Metro Academic and Classical High School Win 15th Annual Academic WorldQuest Competition

On November 3rd, the World Affairs Council hosted their 15th Annual Academic WorlQuest Competition at Webster University. Twenty-nine schools from the St. Louis and Metro East area competed for a chance to represent the St. Louis region in the national competition that will take place in Washington D.C. in April 2017. This year's winning team was Metro Academic and Classical High School. 

(Pictured Below: Denye Mickens, Cameron Roe, Alex Bohm and Court Climer)

Edwardsville High School came in second place.

(Pictured Below: Ian Klein, Helena Frisbie-Firsching, Cambell Potte and Carl Eastman)


There were two teams that tied for third. One of the teams was Clayton High School.

(Pictured Below: Harry Rubin, Ben Schneider, Adam Bautz and Jonah Mendelson)



The other team was Marquette High School.

(Pictured Below: Brandon Bleyer, Cooper Hoffmeyer, Michael Robinson, and Sam Sherwood)


This year's Rookie of the Year Award went to the highest scoring school competing in the WorldQuest competition for the first time. This year's Rookie of the Year Award went to Liberty High School.

(Pictured Below: Muhammad Alasgarli, Nicholas Raphael, Cameron Dierks and Adrian Przezdziecki)



Congragulations to all the winners and we hope to see you back next year!