GHS BPA students headed to nationals

GCISD students took part in the Business Professionals of America State Leadership Conference where four students from Grapevine High School earned top marks and are headed to the national competition. About 3,900 students from 17 regions across the state took part in this competition.

Students Advancing to Nationals:

  • Rebekah Bryan, a junior, earned 1st Place in Fundamental Desktop Publishing
  • Grant Kluber, a junior, earned 2nd Place in SQL Database Fundamentals
  • Hayden Juroska, a sophomore, earned 2nd Place in Medical Office Procedures
  • Alisha Prasla, a junior, earned 3rd Place in Intermediate Word Processing

According to Rosemary Hemsell, Business/CTE Teacher, "the benefits of this achievement are in the improved skills development, knowledge and training through practicing their event, as well as leadership training that is offered through the organization at the conferences."

The National Leadership Conference will be held in Orlando, Florida in May.

In Photo, from L to R: Rosemary Hemsell, GCISD Board Member Jorge Rodriquez, Alisha Prasla, Rebekah Bryan, Hayden Juroska, and Grant Kluber pose for a photo at the April 24, 2017 Board Meeting.