Fifteen Sulphur Spring High School students competed at the State Business Professionals of America competition. Of those 15, only one student qualified for the National Competition, while another will attend as an alternate.
Sean Allemang competed in Java Programming and Network Design.
Maro Bausio competed in C++ Programming and Network Design.
Lydia Burleson competed in Advanced Word Processing.
Natalie Cruise competed in Human Resource Management and Economic Research.
Lilibeth Gallegos competed in Database Applications.
Sofia Gaheo competed in Legal Office Procedures.
Emily Johnson competed in Administrative Support Research.
Carson McIllwain competed in PC Servicing and Troubleshooting and Network Design.
Sam Robinson competed in Economic Research.
Austin Reyes competed in Advanced Accounting.
Anne Marie Winbourn competed in Presentation Management.
Elijah Drum competed in Graphic Design Promotion.
Jaspyn Johnson competed in Advanced Interview Skills.
Dylon Joiner was the only student to advance to the national competition after placing second in Economic Research. He also competed in Presentation Management. Timothy Charlton will be an alternate at nationals. He competed in PC Servicing and Troubleshooting and Network Design.
The National BPA competition will be May 5-9, 2016 at Boston, Massachusetts.