Spanish Fort High School Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) Competes at State Competition

SPANISH FORT, Ala.- Recently the Spanish Fort High School Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) competed at the Alabama FBLA State Competition. There were 2,300 attendees at the conference. Spanish Fort High School had winners of multiple events who now are qualified to compete at the National FBLA Competition in Baltimore, MD from June 27 – July 1. The winners from the State Competition were:

1st Place in Broadcast Journalism – Avery Wilhite

1st Place in Graphic Design – Cole Davis, Ethan Hickey, and Connor Hare

2nd Place in Publication Design – Miles Neto

3rd Place in Mobile Application Development – Logan Parsons

Additionally, Miles Neto and Logan Parsons have achieved the highest rank possible in the Business Achievement Award, an award that honors students who complete a series of increasingly difficult tasks related to real-world simulated business and community service projects. These young men were among only 22 in Alabama to complete the third level prior to completing the fourth and final level. 

As a chapter, Spanish Fort FBLA was named both a state and national "Outstanding Chapter” and has received numerous awards for its efforts in community service and education.

FBLA is seeking support from the community to enable its students to take this life-changing trip where they will not only compete for scholarships and awards, but also network with business leaders and attend four days of intense business and computing training.

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