Centennial High School FBLA takes top honors at state competition (Photo)
Centennial High School's FBLA Team
Congratulations to the Centennial High School (CHS) Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) Chapter on their showing at the State Business Leadership Competition this past weekend, where the chapter garnered the 2016 6A State Champions title for the first time since 2009.
Forty CHS Future Business Leaders attended the conference and of those 40, 30 qualified for Nationals later this summer.
Following are the top CHS results from this weekend:
Centennial High School FBLA: First Place 6A Chapter of the Year Chapter Recognition Award
Other Chapter Recognition Awards:
Goal Seal Award of Merit
Government Promotion Project
Senior Ellie Graham was the Oregon State University Borigio Scholarship Winner (One year tuition and fees), a $250 Oregon FBLA Foundation Scholarship recipient, and named to Oregon FBLA's Who's Who
Seniors Grace Ramstad and Ashton Farris were both awarded a $250 Oregon FBLA Foundation Scholarship and named to Oregon FBLA's Who's Who
Senior Antonio Martinez received a $2000 Oregon FBLA Foundation Scholarship.
Senior Patricia Juarez-Jimenez was named to the Oregon FBLA's Who's Who
First Place Finishes:
Business Financial Plan - Antonio Martinez and Phillip Mestas
Business Plan - Erika Arce-Delgado, Dayron Bueno, and Sheila Trnjanin
Community Service - Ellie Graham and Brian Koll
Public Service Announcement -Jerry Vuong and Carlos Martinez
Web Design - Madison Higgins, Patricia Juarez-Jimenez, and Yvette Tapia-Doroteo
Second Place Finishes:
Annual Business Report - Centennial FBLA Officer Team
Business Calculations - Phillip Mestas
Business Financial Plan - Tess Bostwick, Gesselle Martinez, and Leticia Navarro
Digital Video Production - Cheng Lee and Brittney Pioquinto
Electronic Career Portfolio - Patricia Juarez-Jimenez
Future Business Leader - Grace Ramstad
Partnership with Business - Crystal Ambrocio and Grace Ramstad
Public Service Announcement - Alondra Barrera-Estrada, Ashton Farris, and David Pham
Web Design - Stephen DeHaan, Janeasha Jackson, and Marissa Nowodworski
Word Processing - Brian Koll
Third Place Finishes:
Business Plan - Kimberly Barrera-Estrada and Selvyn Ixchop Larios
Computer Game Simulation - Sean Jim and Van (Vicky) Nguyen
Future Business Leaders of America is a nonprofit educational association for high school students who are interested in learning more about the free enterprise system. FBLA is a nationally recognized club in the United States of America.
The purpose of FBLA is to prepare members for careers in business and to assist them by becoming better employees and citizens. FBLA helps students develop leadership abilities, prepares them for entry into business-related occupations, and offers a setting where members compete at regional, state and national levels in business and technology curriculum.