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Carroll County students performed well at the Future Business Leaders of America State Competition

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Business Students Earn Awards at State Leadership Conference

Carroll County students performed well at the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) State Competition, which culminated on April 1, 2022. Over 60 students from Century, Manchester Valley, and Winters Mill High Schools competed in subjects ranging from Agribusiness to Website Design.

In all, 19 CCPS students qualified to compete at the FBLA National Conference to be held this summer in Chicago. Maryland FBLA recognizes students who place in the top 10. Students who place in the top 4 qualify to compete at the next level. Samantha Grubb, a student at Manchester Valley High School, has been serving as the Region 1 Vice President this year and was recognized for her contributions in “Who’s Who in FBLA.”

Congratulations to the following students who qualified for the national competition and advisors Leslie Knutsen, Century High School; Mark McMichael, Manchester Valley High School; and Dalton Myers, Winters Mill High School.

1st Place:

  • Accounting II – Colin Herwig, Winters Mill High School
  • Hospitality & Event Management – Thomas Brooks and Gavin Spath, Century High School
  • Supply Chain Management – Caleb Livesay, Winters Mill High School

2nd Place:

  • Electronic Career Portfolio – Samantha Grubb, Manchester Valley High School
  • Parliamentary Procedure – Sonja Kozlov, Alyssa Kristian, Sophie Linton and Lucy Welch – Century High School

3rd Place:

  • Cyber Security – Emily Ramos, Century High School

4th Place:

  • Business Law – Cooper Unkle, Manchester Valley High School
  • Coding & Programming – John Pavlick, Century High School
  • Computer Applications – Jacob Letnaunchyn, Manchester Valley High School
  • Digital Video Production – Erin Welch, Century High School
  • Marketing – Charlotte Geiger and Natalie Mason, Century High School
  • Public Speaking – Mackenzie Houldson, Century High School
  • Social Media Strategies – Mackenzie Dicke and Lillian Hicks, Manchester Valley High School

See the News post on the CCPS website here: https://www.carrollk12.org/about/news/Lists/Posts/Post.aspx?ID=3105


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