Ten Keystone oaks High School students took home top honors at the regional competition of the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) and will compete at the state competition in Hershey April 8-11.
State qualifiers in both individual and team events include:
Isabella Bogdan - Sports Management
Hunter Minford - Sports Management
Josh Snell - Agribusiness
Jameson Bodgan - Intro to Financial Math
Jodie Poliziani - Intro to Business
Isabella Diaz - Advertising
Ryan Collins - Marketing
Francisco Garcia - Personal Finance
Ethan Vonhedemann - Intro to Business Procedures
Ben Lubina - Coding and Programming
Students who win at the State Leadership Conference will be eligible for the National Leadership Conference in June. Over the past 21 years, Keystone Oaks has had 15 students advance to the national level. Seven of those students have ranked in the top 10 in the nation, with one student earning a first place award.
High school business teacher Beth Smith advises the students. The Future Business Leaders of America Competitive Events Program is an annual event that showcases the activities and success of various business education programs across the state.