Highland Home FBLA Chapter competes in Aspire

Published 1:03 am Saturday, April 17, 2021

Highland Home FBLA competed in the state Alabama Aspire competition and placed in several areas.

“I am EXTREMELY PROUD of our competitors! These students stepped up during a pandemic to study, to work for their communities, and to write speeches for Alabama FBLA State Leadership Competition,” said Kacey Pouncey, Highland Home FBLA advisor.  “These students rehearsed when I asked, they study when I asked, and always did so enthusiastically! These students have wonderful soft and employability skills. I am proud of them! Thank you to our parents who have supported their journey!”

Pictured Charlie McVay, Raylee Lowe, Teri Sims

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High School Awards:

  • Graphic Design- Charlie McVay -Second Place
  • Intro to Social Media Strategy- Raylee Lowe & Teri Sims- Second Place

Middle Level Awards:

  • Business Math/Financial Literacy- Lane Duett-First Place, JJ Sims-Third Place
  • Digital Citizenship – Jake Duett- Second Place
  • Intro to Computer Science & Coding- Tanner Sexton- First Place
  • Multimedia & Website Development- Savanah Edgar & Sandra Hall- First Place
  • Community Service Project- Jessica Bodiford & Olivia Crawford- Fourth Place, Katherine Viola & Madeline Jane Crowe- Third Place
  • Critical Thinking- Paige Daniel, Anna Kate Foster, & Helen Dawkins- Third Place, Emma Clair Strength- First Place
  • Elevator Speech- Caitlyn Bowen- Third Place, Addison Hussey- First Place