Proud of our Model UN Delegation at the ILMUNC XL

Our Model United Nations Club shone brightly at the fortieth iteration of the Ivy League Model United Nations Competition (ILMUNC XL) in Philadelphia from January 25-28! 
We're bursting with Hurricane pride for our talented students who showcased their skills and brought home two prestigious awards in single delegate committees. Huge congratulations to Lorena Arcelay ('25) for winning Outstanding Delegation (2nd Place) in the Organization of American States Committee and Adelaida Siaca ('25) for securing Honorable Mention (Top 4) in the International Criminal Court Committee.

Our delegates, competing among 2,100 participants from across the globe, engaged in thought-provoking discussions on pressing world issues. Beyond the conference rooms, they immersed themselves in the rich history of Philadelphia and explored the campuses of Haverford College and The University of Pennsylvania.
Our fantastic delegation that made us proud:
Giovanni Dávila ('24)
Rania Marrero-Alattar ('25)
Adelaida Siaca ('25)
Alejandro Madero ('25)
Lara Yassin ('26)
Lenny Shteynblik ('25)
Mariana Bermudez ('25)
Nicolás Unanue ('25)
Cyrus Wunker ('26)
Jan Paul Van Noort ('24)
Camilla de Iraola ('26)
Angelina Siaca ('25)
Maren Besser ('26)
Ines Billeaud ('25)
Lorena Arcelay ('25)
Ignacio Somoza ('24)
Luis Cordero ('25)
Alexa Giulimondi ('25)
Wyatt Wunker ('25)
Diego Vázquez ('24)
Sebastián Vázquez ('24)
Luiz Penna ('25)
This trip was more than just a competition; it was a memorable experience for our students and our dedicated Model UN Club Advisors, Ms. Claudia Ojeda and Ms. Paola Quirós. Here's to the power of diplomacy, global collaboration, and the remarkable achievements of our Model UN team!


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.