David was able to conquer the giant, and this was the first step that brought him to greatness. Now that the LEAH mock trial team members have lived a similar experience, how will they use it to inspire them? Find out today on Home School Heartbeat with host Mike Farris.
We’re speaking now with Rebecca Cambron and Caleb Trouwborst. Rebecca, now that you've beaten one of the most prestigious high schools in America in mock trial, what’s next?
Well, I have my last year in high school to complete, and unfortunately that brings my last year in mock trial. Hopefully we’ll give the other teams a run for their money again this year, though. After graduation I plan to go on to college, most likely as a pre-law or business major and, God willing, after that, I’ll head on to law school.
And Caleb, what’s next for you?
Well, I actually am only a junior this year, so I have two more years left of mock trial and so yeah, I’m really excited. And it’s kind of hard because you’ve already won all you can win and you’ve gone the highest. But, yeah, I’m really excited. Two more years of mock trial to go, so it’s going to be good.
Caleb, there is no shame in being a repeat champion. Thanks so much, Caleb and Rebecca. It’s exciting to see how the upcoming generation is already making strides to take on challenges and become future leaders. I’m Mike Farris.