FBLA Students Compete At State
Butler County High School's Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) Chapter succeeded at the recent State Leadership Conference. The conference in Louisville saw the Chapter win multiple individual and chapter awards.
FBLA is a national organization that prepares students for careers in business and entrepreneurship. Members participate in various activities, including leadership training, community service projects, and competitive events. FBLA also allows students to network with professionals in their fields of interest.
Thomas Miller and Becky Melton, advisors for the Butler County High School FBLA chapter, expressed their pride in the student's accomplishments. "We are incredibly proud of the hard work and dedication our students have put in," said Miller. "Their success at the State Leadership Conference is a testament to their commitment to excellence.".
The success of the Butler County High School FBLA chapter at the State Leadership Conference is a testament to the students and their advisors' hard work and dedication. The Chapter continues to inspire and prepare students for successful careers in business and entrepreneurship.
The Chapter Ranked in the following competitions
Agribusiness 16th place
Broadcast Journalism Preliminary 8th Place
Business Law 13th Place
Business Management Team 15th Place
Cyber Security 7th Place
Graphic Design Preliminary 8th Place
Hospitality & Event Management 15th Place
Introduction to Financial Math 22nd Place
Introduction to Public Speaking Prelim 6th Place
Journalism 12th Place
Management Information Systems 5th in Preliminary - 7th Place in Finals
Marketing 12th Place
Personal Finance 18th Place
Political Science 7th Place
Publication Design Preliminary 6th Place
Sports & Entertainment Management 17th Place
Talent Show 3rd Place