Flathead High School students test their business acumen at state

The Flathead High School Business Professionals of America (BPA) team recently tested their knowledge at the state leadership conference in Billings, with several advancing to the national level.

At the state, students can participate in events in the areas of finance and accounting, business administration, management information systems, digital communication and design, management , marketing and communication and health administration, according to bpa.og.

The first were Dylan Turcotte in computer security and Gabe Wendt in device configuration and troubleshooting. Wendt, Turcotte and Wendt qualify to attend the BPA’s National Leadership Conference in May, along with Simon Gugler, Baylanna Brash and Alaura Olszewski.

BPA is a student career and technical organization where students develop leadership, professionalism, career, and community service skills.

Here are the individual results:

Device configuration and troubleshooting

  1. Gabe Wendt
  2. Simon Guger
  3. Dylan Turcotte

computer network technology

  1. Gabe Wendt
  2. Dylan Turcotte

Server administration with Microsoft

  1. Gabe Wendt

IT security

  1. Dylan Turcotte
  2. Simon Guger

Web Design Fundamentals

  1. Simon Guger
  2. Selah Lackey

Small Business Management Team

  1. Aurora Baker and Selah Lackey

Ethics and professionalism

  1. Aluara Olszweski
  2. Aurora Baker

Digital media production

  1. Baylanna Brash

Global Marketing Team

  1. Baylanna Brash and Libby Peltz

Concepts of parliamentary procedure

  1. Aiden Long

Reporter Hilary Matheson can be reached at 406-758-4431 or by email at [email protected]

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