Principia School held its fourth annual National High School Mediation Tournament last semester with 12 teams representing seven schools from around the country participating.
Principia was the first school in the nation to host a high school mediation tournament in 2021. This year’s tournament included experts from the International Academy of Dispute Resolution (INADR), Washington University Law School and the Principia College Mediation Team as judges, coaches and mentors.
The following students received Mediator Awards: Quinna McCarthy, first place, Principia; Addison Loveless, second place, STEAM Academy at McCluer South-Berkeley; Amerie Alexander, third place, Principia Upper School; Thelo Carper, fourth place, Principia Upper School; Elise Toombs, fifth place, Principia Upper School; Keith Smith, sixth place, McCluer North High.
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