MHS students fare well at FBLA State

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MHS had 20 students place in the top four at the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) State Leadership Conference on April 8-9 in Green Bay.

In all, 42 MHS FBLA students competed at state. The 20 students who finished in the top four qualified for the National Leadership Conference, which will be held June 29 to July 2 in San Antonio. Participants from around the country will compete at this conference to sharpen their business skills, expand their networks, and vie for the opportunity to win awards and scholarships.

MHS national qualifiers include:

  • Casey Hellenbrand and Ben Scher, who took first place in Banking and Financial Systems.
  • Karsey Renfert who took first place in Cyber Security.
  • Anders Clark who placed second in Advertising
  • Collin Serra, Ryan Gold and Kyle Neuser who placed secnd in Sports and Entertainment Management
  • Maeve Gonter who placed second in Business Law
  • Andy Chafe, Gene Kim and Akshay Kelshiker who placed third in Business Plan
  • Jazmyn Babler, Aidan Lewandowski and Mia Kim who placed third in Graphic Design
  • Jakob Zweber who placed fourth in Agribusiness
  • Rachel Kushner, Erin Fischer and Chloe Meyer who placed fourth in Digital Video Production
  • Sean Bertalot who placed fourth in Electronic Career Portfolio
  • Kayley Hellenbrand who placed fourth in Introduction to Public Speaking

Middleton FBLA also  took foutth place for Outstanding High School Chapter.

FBLA was formed in 1937 and is the world's largest and oldest student business organization with more than 250,000 high school and middle school students, college and university students, faculty, educators, administrators, and business professionals.

The adviser is Bill Boehm. To learn more, please visit the Wisconsin FBLA website.