In-Class Model UN

Collaboration with teachers is the foundation of UNAGB’s unique partnership with middle school, high school, and university classrooms.

Interested in doing School-Based Model UN?

Read on to find out how this engaging curriculum framework can be tailored to the needs of your students.

Why do Model UN?

Principals, classroom teachers, and school advisors tell us that Model UN helps their students develop the skills emphasized in the Common Core, learn about important world issues and that the students love it!

Who does Model UN?

Students in grade 5-12 at district, charter, and independent schools engage in Model UN as in-class curriculum.

Bring Model UN to your school this year!

The UNAGB partners with schools for 3-week units of study as well as a semester or year long programming. To request a price menu, contact Alex Bostian at [email protected] 

Schools that Used Model UN as In Class Curriculum 2018-2019


Josiah Quincy School

Middle Schools:

Charles River School

Derby Academy

Derryfield School


Excel Academy – Chelsea

Excel Academy – East Boston

Excel Academy – Orient Heights

Esperanza Academy

Fenn School

Ferryway School

Forestdale School

Kennedy Middle School

Linden STEAM Academy

Littleton Middle School

McDevitt Middle School

Neighborhood House Charter School

Park School

Pierce Middle School

Putnam Ave Upper School

Salemwood School

SHOWA Boston Institute for Language and Culture

UP Academy Leonard

Worcester Public Schools

High Schools:

Brighton High School

Beebe School

CASH: Community Academy of Science and Health

Derryfield School

Excel Academy High School

Malden High School

Ninth Grade Academy at Lawrence High School

Phoenix Academy Chelsea

Revere High School

Snowden International High School

Worcester Public Schools