Royal Palm Beach High School took part in the prestigious 39th annual Harvard University Invitational Feb. 16-18, competing against over 300 schools.
Senior Anthony Nadeau is the reigning champion, winning first place in Dramatic Interpretation. Competing against more than 400 students in his category, he made it to the final round of the top six.
“To this day, Harvard is the pinnacle of forensics achievement,” said Eric Jeraci, director of forensics at Royal Palm Beach High School. “In Royal Palm Beach history, we have never reached finals, let alone had a champion. As his coach, I am beyond proud of our Wildcat representing us and definitely demonstrating what it means to live your Wildcat best.”