2019-20 Contest Bracket
Announcing the Sweet 16 Teams

The Brewer Foundation and New York University are pleased to announce the results of the “Top 32” round of the 19th annual International Public Policy Forum (IPPF) – the only contest that gives high school students around the world the opportunity to engage in written and oral debates on issues of public policy.
 

  • Hobby School of Ulaanbaatar from Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, advances over Shanley High School from Fargo, North Dakota.
     

  • Hunter College High School from New York, New York, advances over Coronado High School from Henderson, Nevada.
     

  • Enreach Shanghai from Shanghai, China, advances over Ivy Bridge Academy from Alpharetta, Georgia.
     

  • Woodward Academy from College Park, Georgia, advances over Peak to Peak Charter School from Lafayette, Colorado. 
     

  • Ladue Horton Watkins High School (#1) from Saint Louis, Missouri, advances over Union County Magnet High School from Scotch Plains, New Jersey.
     

  • Amity Regional High School from Woodbridge, Connecticut, advances over Jasper High School from Plano, Texas.
     

  • Whitmer High School from Toledo, Ohio, advances over Whitestone High School (#1) from Delta Junction, Alaska.
     

  • The Olympia Schools from Hanoi, Vietnam, advances over Enreach Beijing from Beijing, China.
     

  • DuPont Manual High School from Louisville, Kentucky, advances over North Allegheny Senior High School from Wexford, Pennsylvania.
     

  • Mountain House High School from Mountain House, California, advances over Hamilton High School from Chandler, Arizona.
     

  • Hathaway Brown School from Shaker Heights, Ohio, advances over Plano West Senior High School from Plano, Texas. 
     

  • Hankuk Academy of Foreign Studies from Yongin, Republic of Korea, advances over Whitestone High School (#2) from Delta Junction, Alaska.
     

  • St. Mark’s School of Texas from Dallas, Texas, advances over Millburn High School from Millburn, New Jersey.
     

  • Ladue Horton Watkins High School (#2) from Saint Louis, Missouri, advances over Wooster High School from Wooster, Ohio.
     

  • University High School from Tucson, Arizona, advances over New Hope Academy (#1) from Torrance, California. 
     

  • Brentwood College School from Mill Bay, British Columbia, Canada, advances over New Hope Academy (#2) from Torrance, California.

Advancing teams will receive an e-mail with additional information.

The “Sweet 16” teams will continue to debate the topic, "Resolved: When in conflict, a

nation's self-interest should outweigh its international commitments to migrants."
 

Congratulations to all of our Top 32 competitors. Advancing to this round of the competition is an incredible achievement.

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