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Hawks Compete at NJ-NY Middle School Ethics Bowl Competition

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Middle school students from Princeton Academy of the Sacred Heart competed in the annual Middle School New Jersey New York Regional Ethics Bowl on Saturday, February 24, 2024 at Kent Place School. Organized by The Ethics Institute at Kent Place School and modeled after the National High School Ethics Bowl, the MS NJ-NY Ethics Bowl “aims to teach students how to think through ethical issues together” and “provides an opportunity for teams of students to collaboratively yet rigorously analyze and discuss both timeless and timely ethical dilemmas.” 

Under the leadership of Middle School Social Studies Educator Mr. Dorian Castillo Tatem, Princeton Academy students have been preparing to discuss all of the ethical dilemmas in this year’s Ethics Bowl Case Set. The MS NJ-NY Ethics Bowl is structured so that one case is discussed each round and each team is paired with a team from another school each round. Three judges score each pairing of teams each round and after three rounds of competition, the two teams with the most wins and highest cumulative scores advance to the Final Round. 

Each team can have up to seven students, with five students presenting during any given round. This year’s participants from Princeton Academy were: Jayden L. ‘25, Oliver B. ‘27, Theodore D. ‘27, William L. ‘27, Vincent L. ‘27, Baxter S. ‘27 and Salman T. ‘27.

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