Wauconda FBLA victorious at virtual national competition

  • Jessica Chapnick, Kaitlyn Jerard and Amanda Lisi won seventh place in American Enterprise Project at the recent FBLA National Virtual Competition.

    Jessica Chapnick, Kaitlyn Jerard and Amanda Lisi won seventh place in American Enterprise Project at the recent FBLA National Virtual Competition. Courtesy of Wendy Mills

  • Maxxwell Guffey and Eeshan Garr won fifth place in publication design at the recent FBLA National Virtual Competition.

    Maxxwell Guffey and Eeshan Garr won fifth place in publication design at the recent FBLA National Virtual Competition. Courtesy of Wendy Mills

  • Twisha Shah, Alan Diaz and Mikayla Kantorski won eighth place in 3-D Animation at the recent FBLA National Virtual Competition.

    Twisha Shah, Alan Diaz and Mikayla Kantorski won eighth place in 3-D Animation at the recent FBLA National Virtual Competition. Courtesy of Wendy Mills

 
Submitted by Wendy Mills
Updated 8/18/2020 2:54 PM

The Wauconda High School Future Business Leaders of America were named Outstanding Chapter at the recent National Virtual Competition. In addition to this top recognition, chapter members earned the following accolades:

CSA Achievement Level

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

• Karley Pikel and Estefany Garcia (for 500 hours of community service throughout high school)

Chapter Challenge

• Super Sweeps, Non-Stop November, Action Awareness

Event Awards

• Fifth Place in Publication Design: Eeshan Garr and Maxxwell Guffey

• Seventh Place in American Enterprise Project: Jessica Chapnick, Kaitlyn Jerard and Amanda Lisi

• Eighth Place in 3-D Animation: Alan Diaz, Mikayla Kantorski and Twisha Shah

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