Principled Politics.


What is Walker Model Congress?


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  Walker Model Congress is a unique learning experience in which students model the United States’ legislative process. Students engage in meaningful debate on issues prevalent in our country today, draft their own legislation pertaining to modern issues, and debate in committee. Furthermore, by engaging in debate with their counterparts, students develop and refine their speaking skills and increase their abilities in quick thinking, reasoning, and teamwork.



As in the actual United States Congress, there are two houses – the Senate and the House of Representatives – each with unique committees. Students will be given a choice of committees and may choose a committee that interests them. Each student will represent one of the Representatives or Senators within this committee. In addition, we offer several Special Committees for interested students to learn about policy making beyond the sphere of Congress.