Little Miami High School Blog

BPA students qualify for state competition

Posted on: February 14, 2017

Twelve Little Miami students have advanced to state-level competition after finishing in the top five at the Business Professionals of America regional competition recently.

Students in business, information technology and digital media arts programs participated recently at the Region 17 competition at the Warren County Career Center. Those who qualified will move on to state competition at the Ohio BPA March 16-17 in Columbus

Those who qualified for state:

Fundamental Accounting

  • Cameron Ryan & Shelby Shank

Banking and Finance

  • Grant Leavengood

Personal Finance Management

  • Kayleigh Kilburn

Basic Office Systems and Procedures

  • Nicole Schwartzenberger

Fundamental Spreadsheet Applications

  • Daniel Birdsall & Madison Huffman

Website Design Team

  • Shaun Loftin, Jacob Boldman, Ryan Sellars

Interview Skills

  • Caitie Cox

Extemporaneous Speech

  • Daniel Birdsall

Other students who finished in the top ten of the competition are:

Fundamental Accounting

  • Ronnie Jenkins, Samantha Bond, Ryan Nicol, Dallas Taulbee

Banking and Finance

  • Dante Losurdo, Kazup Vigil

Economic Research Team

  • Chase Eshleman, Jake Gevedon, Jonah Wood

Personal Finance Management

  • Ryan Childress, Sebastian Sims, Jakob Streuer

Fundamental Word Processing

  • Chad Mirolo, Samantha Moore

Basic Office Systems and Procedures

  • Jennifer Crow, Karrah Wind

Fundamental Spreadsheet Applications

  • Hollie Hohenbrink, Alecia Kemp

Digital Media Production

  • Haley Stern

Extemporaneous Speech

  • Alison Benbow

Little Miami’s students are led by Warren County Career Center teachers Christie Leis and Brian Shoff.