Drew Academy students shined at the state Business Professionals of America (BPA) competition held March 1-4 in Dallas.
The campus took 29 students to state and seven of those are now national qualifiers.
Business Professionals of America is a career and technical student organization. BPA is for students and leaders in the community. It aims to develop leadership, academic and technological skills in the workplace.
Qualifying students will compete at the national competition as primary or alternate representatives. The National Leadership Conference will take place in Orlando, FL from May 10-14.
1st Place in Administrative Support Team — Anaiah Woodard, Alexia Garza, Carla Flores & Ramón Rosales
1st Place in in Entrepreneurship Exploration — Patrice Gatterson
1st Place in Spreadsheet Application — Anaiah Woodard
2nd Place in Keyboarding Production — Jester Urbina
3rd Place in Entrepreneurship Exploration — Tiarra Conner
Kalwenda Lott is a skills specialist for career and technical education (CTE) teacher at Drew Academy. She also serves as a BPA advisor and Texas Board member.
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