Prince Harry Visits Harlem School

57560005Prince Harry chatted with a math class and competed in an obstacle course Saturday at a Harlem children’s organization on Day 2 of his first official visit to the United States.

Harry visited a ninth-grade classroom at the Harlem’s Children Zone, a community organization that offers families social and educational services, where 14 students were working on math in preparation for a Regents Exam.

“Who’s the best pupil?” he asked the class and joked, “I was always the worst!”

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PICTURED: Britain’s Prince Harry speaks with student Kiara Molina, 9, during a tour of the Harlem Children’s Zone on May 30, 2009 in the Harlem neighborhood of New York City. Prince Harry is on a whistlestop 36 hour official trip to New York City ending this afternoon. He spent yesterday on official duties, paying his respects at Ground Zero, visiting a veterans hospital and naming the British Gardens. Today he will take part in a polo match supporting his charity Sentebale. The Prince is visiting the States for only the second time as the first was a private visit when he was a child. (Photo by Lucas Jackson-Pool/Getty Images)