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WCCC BPA Students Head to Nationals

Kings Broadcast News Team

Twenty-eight Warren County Career Center students in Business Professionals of America have advanced to competition in the virtual 2021 BPA National Conference April 26-May 9. Competitors are listed below.

Bishop Fenwick: Samuela Mesue, Integrated Office Applications; and Helena Januski, Database Applications

Kings: First Place Broadcast News Team Caleb Chunn, Eric Klaber, Nate Edwards, Jillian Middleton (pictured); Savannah Silva, Computer Modeling; Zachary Spring, Computer Network Technology; Matthew Barnett, PC Servicing & Troubleshooting; Kaylee Musolino, Fundamental Desktop Publishing; Aiden Hart and Anniston Young, Advanced Desktop Publishing

Lebanon: Gavin Gammoh, Advanced Spreadsheet Application; Zachary Roemer, SQL Database Fundamentals

Springboro: First Place Computer Animation Team Jude Hoy and Wesley Smith; Xander Lewis, Computer Security; AJ Derosa, Java Programming; Krishna Singla and Emma Fehringer, SQL Database Fundamentals; Mathias Bustamante, C++ Programming

WCCC Cybersecurity: Donivan Ellis, Lebanon, Computer Security; Kaleb Derouen, Springboro, C# Programming; Coda Urton, Lebanon, Linux Operating System; Daniel Rousse, Waynesville, and Connor Nichols, Waynesville, Microsoft Server Administration; Pat Corcoran, Kings, V07 Cybersecurity

WCCC Digital Design: Kiley Merritt, Middletown, Fundamental Desktop Publishing

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