Freeman High School team places third in national Constitution competition

Students at Freeman High School apparently really know our nation’s founding documents inside and out.

From WRIC:

A group of Douglas S. Freeman High School students took third place in the national finals of the We The People competition.

The annual contest pits 56 teams – each state’s champions and a few wild-card participants – in a test of in-depth knowledge of the US Constitution.

Douglas Freeman’s team was chosen as a wild-card participant, and the school’s third-place finish was the best ever for an at-large choice in the competition’s 28-year history.

How well do you know your U.S. founding documents? Well enough to go up against this group from Freeman? Way to go, Rebels.

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Photo: Freeman High School

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