Highland Home FBLA Chapter competes in Aspire

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

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