MHS had 43 students place in the top three at the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) Region V Leadership Conference on Saturday, Feb. 1 at Waterloo High School.
In all, 65 MHS FBLA students competed at the regional competition. The 43 students who finished in the top three qualified for the State Leadership Conference, which will be held March 30-31 in Madison.
MHS also took first place in the Outstanding Regional Chapter award for FBLA Region V Leadership Conference.
FBLA members compete in a variety of academic events related to Business and Information Technology.
MHS state qualifiers include:
First place: Kayley Hellenbrand (Public Speaking), Maria Go, Maeve Carlson, and Dalina Jonuzi (Sports & Entertainment Management), Anders Clark (Advertising), Shruti Parthasarathy (Electronic Career Portfolio), Sam Eggert (Business Calculations), Emery Engling (Health Care Administration), Bridget Holahan (Business Communication), Addy Spence, Nika Agapov, and Elizabeth Hopton (Public Service Announcement), Catherine Bouril (Introduction to Business Procedures), Daphne Wu (Business Financial Plan), Isaac Gueu and John Douglas (Digital Video Production), Akshay Kelshiker, Gene Kim, and Jayden Lee (Business Plan)
Second place: Eliot Spence, Carson Lyons, and Mikael Hauser (Introduction to Business Presentation), Sara Henke (Healthcare Administration), Olivia Underwood, Halle Fischer, and Jasmine Singh (Social Media Campaign), Josie Thomas (Introduction to Business), Jonathon Kim and Dheeraj Pasikanti (Management Decision Making)
Third place: Emily Weber (Publication Design), Aarush Jain (Introduction to Financial Math), Drew Teff, Maeve Gonter, and Tyler Wilson (Marketing), Param Oza (Cyber Security), Lauren Acker, Karina Bursac, and Paxton Johnson (Entrepreneurship), Alex Weiss, Maddox Lee, and Chris Yang (E-Business)
Visit the Wisconsin DPI FBLA website to learn more