Kristen Yasukawa, ACOE Communications, 510-670-7754
Evan Goldberg, ACOE Mock Trial Manager, 510-670-4233
Who: Moreau Catholic High School (Hayward) and American High School (Fremont)
What: 27th Annual Philip A. Harley Memorial Mock Trial Competition Finals
When: Thursday, February 28, 2013, 6:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m. – Photo opportunities of the students preparing in the courtroom
Where: Rene C. Davidson Courthouse, 1225 Fallon Street, Oakland
Moreau Catholic High School from Hayward and American High School from Fremont will compete today in the final round of the 27th Annual Philip A. Harley Memorial Mock Trial Competition hosted by the Alameda County Office of Education (ACOE).
At the semi-final round on Tuesday, February 26, Moreau Catholic High School defeated Piedmont High School (Piedmont USD) and American High School defeated Amador Valley High School (Pleasanton USD), the 2012 winner.
The winner of tonight’s final competition will represent Alameda County at the state competition on March 22-24 in Riverside, Calif. For more information, contact ACOE Mock Trial Manager Evan Goldberg at 510-670-4233.
The other high school teams that competed in this year’s competition:
- Bishop O’Dowd High School (Oakland, private)
- COIL Charter School (Fremont USD)
- East Bay Arts High School (Hayward USD)
- Granada High School (Livermore Valley Joint USD)
- KIPP King Collegiate High School (San Lorenzo USD)
- Oakland Tech High School (Oakland USD)
- San Lorenzo High School (San Lorenzo USD)
- Skyline High School (Oakland USD)
The Alameda County Office of Education (ACOE) serves as liaison between the California Department of Education and the 18 Alameda County public school districts that serve more than 200,000 students and 10,000 teachers. ACOE provides fiscal oversight of the district budgets representing more than $1.78 billion and operates more than 300 programs and services for Alameda County students, parents and educators. ACOE provides, promotes and supports leadership and service to ensure the success of every child, in every school, every day. For more information, visit www.acoe.org.