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Prescott FBLA Brings Home the Most Medals Ever!

30 January 2015   Lauri L. Dreher


Best year in Prescott High School Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) history for award winners!  FBLA members competed in the FBLA Regional Conference on Saturday, January 24 at Estrella Mountain Community College. 23 Prescott High School FBLA members participated at the competition and 25 medals came home.  The winner’s list is as follows (picture attached):

CHAPTER Event: Prescott High School FBLA – 1st place – Online Testing Tournament

Nicole Martinez – 1st place – Accounting 1
Nicole Martinez – 2nd place – Personal Finance
Nakai Lake – 2nd place – Accounting 1
Jasmine Zahorecz – 3rd place – Business Communications
RW Dreher – 3rd place – Business Graphics
Jared Collett – 1st place – Cyber Security
Jared Collett – 1st place – Computer Problem Solving
Jared Collett – 1st place – Networking Concepts
Makenzie Kimball – 1st place – Business Communication
Clayton Mills – 3rd place – Business Law
Isabelle Ruiz – 1st place – Business Procedures
Isabelle Ruiz – 1st place – Public Speaking 2
Jaden Forbes – 2nd place – Client Services
Emma Riley – 2nd place – Introduction to Business
Alexandra Methvin – 2nd place – Public Speaking 1

The Prescott High School FBLA chapter will have the opportunity to attend and compete at the Arizona State FBLA Conference schedule to take place in Tucson, Arizona April 8 - 10.  Over 2,500 students from across Arizona will be in attendance.  From there, chances are they’ll be competing at the National Leadership Conference this summer in Chicago, IL, June 28-July 3, where over 10,000 young leaders will come together for competition.  Prescott FBLA members have competed at the National Conference every summer for the past 8 years.


• Develop competent, aggressive business leadership.
• Strengthen the confidence of students in themselves and their work.
• Create more interest in and understanding of American business enterprise.
• Encourage members in the development of individual projects that contribute to the improvement of home, business, and community. 
• Develop character, prepare for useful citizenship, and foster patriotism.
• Encourage and practice efficient money management.
• Encourage scholarship and promote school loyalty.
• Assist students in the establishment of occupational goals.
• Facilitate the transition from school to work.
FBLA-PBL Mission

Our mission is to bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs.