16 North Shore students attended this year's Yale Model Congress ( November 29-December 2). Students, alongside students from other high schools, served on various committees including Arms Services, Foreign Affairs, Health-Education-Labor-Pensions (HELP), Judiciary, and Science and Technology. In committee, students debated prepared bills and voted on them. 11 out of 15 bills proposed and presented by NSHAHS students were passed. North Shore junior Daniel Kroll, served in the Presidential cabinet as the Attorney General and participated in an impeachment proceeding involving the Model Congress President.
Adam Hakimi, serving in a Banking and Finance committee was advocating for banking reform. Rebeka Nissan is the author of a bill in a Health, Education, Labor and Pensions committee - HELP) calling for education programs for prisoners. Both students had their bills passed in their respective committees.