Keystone’s Academic WorldQuest wins for 10th straight year
This year’s championship team: Seniors Minji and Donny; junior Eric, and sophomore Jack.
In addition, a Keystone team finished second in the competition.
The runner-up team: Runners-up: juniors Allison, Kaitlin, Anjali and Ethan.
Their advisor, Mr. Boryczka, guided the teams even though he has retired as a teacher.
“To win ten consecutive championships in any area of endeavor is a rare, rare accomplishment,” he said. ” The fact that our Keystone students over the last decade have successfully embraced this challenge testifies to Keystone School’s long-term commitment to excellence, diligence, and the highest standards of academic rigor. It has been a privilege to guide so many wonderful champions over the years.”
Academic WorldQuest is a youth education program of the national network of World Affairs Councils that tests high school students’ knowledge of international affairs.
This spring, the winning Keystone team will once again journey to Washington, D.C., pursuit of our second national Academic World Quest championship.
Congratulations, and good luck, Cobras!