MUN Competition at CPN

The SJS Model United Nations Club took 30 delegates, plus two chairs, to the Colegio Puertorriqueño de Niñas. This competition, the first one of the year, serves to introduce new members to the circuit by holding two delegate categories: veteran and novice. We had winners in both, and our participants represented our school with poise and professionalism.

Our two chairs were Luis Portela, the club president, and Conrad Hamilton. Both did a very good job and were commended by their peers.

Delegations Delegate Co-delegate

Comité Crisis constitucional Puerto Rico
1. Eduardo Bhatia: Oscar Serrano & Melvin Velazquez
2. Mayte Oronez: Jose Rodriguez & Ela Faigenblat
Comité Manifestaciiones en Hong Kong
1. Carrie Lam: Gavriel Faigenblat & Jose Fernández Written mention
2. Tsai-lung Weng: Marina Acosta & Priscilla Yiu
3. Justin Trudeau: Emilio Matos & Felix Gonzalez
Comité genocidio en Ruanda
1. Pasteur Bizimungo: Ricky Marrero & Diego Saavedra 2nd place Outstanding delegation

Comité político Green finance
1.Alemania: Giovanni Davila & Jerry Chen
2. Guatemala: Salomar Levis & Stella Bitton novices 3rd place Distinguished Delegation
3. Polonia: Gabriel Escalante & Saleh Yassin
4. Bolivia: Enrique Rivera & Rafael Pagan
5.India: Rania Marrero & Hunter Powers

Comité Cybersecurity
1. USA: Alia Marrero & Fernanda Rodriguez Written mention
2. Samsung: Sofia Corral & Viviana Pereyo
3. Edward Snowden: Solomon Levis & Darien Aranda novices Written mention
Comité Biological Warfare (single delegations)
President of Australia: Robert Sims
World Health Organization: Carlos Unanue

We are very proud of all of our competitors, as we recognize the hard work and commitment while representing Saint John's School.


Saint John’s School

Saint John’s School is a non-profit, college preparatory, nonsectarian, coeducational day school founded in 1915. The school, located in a residential area of Condado, in San Juan, Puerto Rico, has an enrollment of over 800 students from pre pre-kinder to grade twelve. Instruction is mostly in English with the exception of language courses.