Mauke received a four-year, half-tuition scholarship to AIC.
Three other Sabis students, Darian Barlow, Catherine Lupien and Michael Savoie, received honorable mention awards.
More than 200 high school students attended this year's Model Congress Jan. 9 through 11. The student legislators came from schools throughout Massachusetts, as well as Connecticut, New Hampshire and New York.
|Sabis International delegations to the 74th annual Model Congress at AIC.|
Faculty and staff members judged the participants on their debating skills and knowledge of parliamentary procedure.
Legislation filed by the Sabis delegations included the Legalizing Industrial Growth of Hemp in its Totality, or LIGHT, bill to legalize the production of industrial hemp (cannabis sativa) on U.S. soil.
They also submitted legislation that would make illegal the administration of procedures constituting recreational genetic recombination to the public. Other Sabis participants were Matthew Stevens, Devin Bushey, Abby Sullivan, Ariana Surprise, Alaya Ayala, Brian LaValley, Maggie McCarthy, Krystal Vasquez, Ashley Downes, Chris Gonzalez, Justin Green Williams, Savannah Taylor and Mariah Wilson and faculty advisors Dean Berry and Erin Mulvagh. (Click here for the full story.)
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