Mt. Lebanon High School Model United Nations team took first place honors at the Westminster College Conference April 30. Competing were 250 students from 14 high schools across the state. Mt. Lebanon students represented the United States, South Korea, Germany and South Africa.
Winning the overall first place team award were Reia Cho, Ryan Fan, Anne Pride-Wilt, Jon Madros, Cullen Wells, Alec Medici and Stephen Snow.
The Westminster Model UN capped an outstanding year for Mt. Lebanon, with award-winning showings at the University of Pittsburgh, Penn State University and Johns Hopkins University conferences. Coaches are Mt. Lebanon High School Social Studies teachers Peter DiNardo, Adam Lumish and George Savarese.
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