WCCC News Article

14 Qualify for National BPA Competition

Kings BPA students

Warren County Career Center students in Business Professionals of America competed recently at state and 14 qualified for the BPA National Leadership Conference in Anaheim, Calif. May 1-5. Students from WCCC’s Legal Office Technology program, and satellite students from Kings, Lebanon, Little Miami, and Springboro high schools participated.

WCCC Legal Office Technology Program:
Emmaline Brown, Little Miami, Intermediate Word Processing, Top 5 National Qualifier
Madison Meadows, Franklin, Basic Office and Procedures, Top 5 National Qualifier
Ali Mann, Little Miami, Fundamental Word Processing Top 10
Macy Czekalski, Springboro, Legal Office Procedures Top 10
 
Kings High School:
Avneet Dharni, Sarah Giesy, Grace Pansch, Virtual Multimedia Production Team Top 10 in the Nation, National Qualifier, Video Production Team Sixth Place at State
Sydney Theiss, Fundamental Desktop Publishing, Second Place, National Qualifier  
Adam Spelic, Computer Modeling Fifth Place
Anna-Claire Barker, Tim Bredemeier, Kevin Lewis, Erin Seccia, Broadcast News Production Team
Fifth Place
Lydia Ball, Digital Media Production Sixth Place
Chris Woods, PC Servicing & Troubleshooting Sixth Place
Alicia Barnett, Cody Cooke, Computer Animation Team Eighth Place
Charles Zugaro, Computer Network Technology 12th Place
Alex Cook, PC Servicing & Troubleshooting 14th Place
Ruth Galberg, Fundamental Desktop Publishing 24th Place
Victoria Wesloh, Fundamental Desktop Publishing

Lebanon High School:
Zach Roemer, Computer Network Technology Seventh Place
Solomon Smiddy, Fundamental Accounting Sixth Place
Zach Scott, Personal Financial Management

Little Miami High School:
Brandon Nguyen, Network Administration with Microsoft Top 10

Springboro High School:
Alexander Pugh, Database Applications, First Place, National Qualifier
Robbie Langer, C++, First Place, National Qualifier
Nathan Matheson, C++, Second Place, National Qualifier
Lee Stahler, SQL Fundamental, First Place, National Qualifier
Tyler Thompson, Lee Stahler, Nathan Matteson, Saleem Dweik, Virtual Web Application National Qualifier
Mitchell Post, Database Applications Top 10
Daniel Huynh, Visual Basic/C# Top 10
Brandon Hilliard and John Karnosh, JAVA Top 10
Tyler Thompson, SQL Fundamental Top 10
Truman Hoy, Digital Publishing Top 10
Ashley Massie, Prepared Speech Top 10
Chad Swain, Presentation Management Individual Top 10
 
Satellite programming through Warren County Career Center offers STEM-focused educational opportunities through project-based learning environments to enhance our students’ college, career and life visions. Warren County Career Center offers Satellite programming through our partner schools in Business, Digital Media Arts, Family and Consumer Sciences, Information Technology, PLTW Engineering, PLTW Biomedical, and Teacher Academy.  

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