QCHS students excel in FBLA regionals

Nineteen students finished in the top five of their events in the Regional Leadership Conference at Delaware Valley University.
Posted on 12/15/2022
QCHS FBLA students competed in this week's FBLA Regional Conference.Nineteen Quakertown Community High School students finished in the top five of their events during Wednesday’s Future Business Leaders of America Regional Leadership Conference at Delaware Valley University. The students competed against schools throughout Bucks County in areas of Business and Career Skills.

Two of the students captured first place in the competition. Connor Frisch, a junior, won the Network Management event. Gage Frisch, a sophomore, was first in Insurance and Risk Management.

The senior team of Hannah Cole and Emily Tolchin took second in Graphic Design. Richa Chawla, a junior was second in business calculations. Cole Matheny, a sophomore, also captured second in Computer Problem Solving.

Third-place finishes went to the team of senior Jordan Hollister and junior Caitlyn Bader in Social Media Strategies; senior Julia Henry in Journalism; junior Riley Jarrett in Accounting; and junior Emily Parker, junior, Health Care Administration.

Five students notched fourth place: junior Brooke Alsante in Public Speaking; junior Meghan Black in Human Resource Management; junior Dylan Chauhan in Health Care Administration; sophomore Maria Dakuginow in Cybersecurity; and junior Emma Pham in Organizational Leadership.

Fifth place went to sophomore Grace Dakuginow in Agribusiness; senior Jill Fiorello in Organizational Leadership; and freshman Riley McGinty in Introduction to FBLA.

“The performances of our students were positively awesome,” Superintendent Dr. Bill Harner said. “The district very much appreciates the efforts of FBLA advisor Sandi Frisch for her continued leadership of the FBLA program.”
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