Northview High Students Place At FBLA District Competition

February 5, 2020

The following Northview High School students placed at this year’s FBLA district competition:

  • st Place Accounting 1 – Weslyn Dunn
  • 1st Place Business Communication – Raeleigh Woodfin
  • 1st Place Computer Applications – Abigail Levins
  • 1st Place Health Care Administration – Libby Pugh
  • 4th Place Health Care Administration – Bradi Edwards
  • 1st Place Introduction to Business Procedures – Mackenzie Hoover
  • 1st Place Introduction to Financial Math – Emily Levins
  • 4th Place Introduction to Financial Math – Alana Shelly
  • 1st Place Journalism – Kayla McKillion
  • 2nd Place Journalism – Jacob Hawkins
  • 4th Place Journalism – Holley Gilley
  • 2nd Place Introduction to Business Communication – McKenna Simmons
  • 3rd Place Agribusiness – Destiny Cleckler
  • 4th Place Advertising – Christian Hixon
  • 4th Place Cyber Security – Kenna Redmond
  • 5th Place Organizational Leadership – Corteria Leslie

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One Response to “Northview High Students Place At FBLA District Competition”

  1. TateFBLAmama on February 5th, 2020 3:00 pm

    Congrats!!! Tate High did as well!! Great job to everyone in our county who participated and are going to state in March!

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