Model United Nations
MUN simulates the crucial business of the United Nations assembly. Students represent assigned countries as UN delegates and become versed in their history, economy, politics and culture. Large-scale university MUN conferences field topics facing the international community. At these conferences, students serve on various committees (e.g. world Trade organization, Security Council.) Preconference research and position-paper writing culminates in these weekend-long diplomatic simulations scored by the university students who chair the committees.
Meetings: Mondays, 3:30-5:00pm
St. Francis Catholic High School invites 6th, 7th and 8th Grade students to participate in this exciting half-day Model United Nations conference led by the SFHS MUN team!
Practice your speaking and negotiation skills by taking on an assigned character and debating as that character. Maybe you’ll be Ron Weasley discussing Muggle rights… Or the main suspect in a puzzling Murder Mystery…
This Year’s Topics
Rights of the Youth, Harry Potter, Murder Mystery, and Greek Gods Plus, you can win awards and fun prizes, and make new friends!
Model UN had another great conference experience this spring. Our 16-person team attended the UC Berkeley Model United Nations Conference (BMUN) during March 2-4, which hosted over 2300 high school students this year. The girls presented their research and practiced their negotiation skills with a vastly diverse and incredibly talented pool of students.
Congratulations to the SFHS MUN team! Our 12-person team held its own at the UC Berkeley Model United Nations Conference (BMUN) during March 3-5, which hosted over 1800 high schools students from over 110 schools this year. The girls were able to present their research and practice their negotiation skills with a vastly diverse and incredibly talented pool of students.
Congratulations to the SFHS MUN team! During Veteran’s Day weekend the team attended the Stanford Model United Nations Conference. With both veteran and rookie members in attendance, the girls presented their research and perspective on specific topics, negotiated with other delegations, and met high school students from a variety of schools in California and beyond.
Additional congratulations to Kayla Wehner ‘17 for winning the distinction of Best Delegate in the Arab League, and to Anisha Rao ‘19 for an Honorable Mention in the International Council of Museums. Go Troubies!
- UC Berkeley Research Award: Athena Nguyen, WB
- UC Berkeley Research Award: Clarissa James, WB
- UC Berkeley Commendation: Charlotte Leszinske, Press Corps
- UC Berkeley Commendation: Emily Cornett, AU
- UC Berkeley Commendation: Athena Nguyen, WB
- UC Berkeley Best Delegate: Mary Battistella, CRISIS
- Stanford University Research Award: Caroline Vielhauer, OAS
- Stanford University Commendation: Emily Cornett, SPECPOL
- Stanford University Commendation: Clarissa James, SCO
- Stanford University Best De
- UC Berkeley Research Award: Kayla Wehner
- UC Berkeley Research Award: Caroline Vielhauer
- UC Berkeley Commendation: Athena Nguyen
- UC Berkeley Commendation: Hannah Berke