Bleckley County High School FBLA Officers Waste No Time in Preparations for the Coming Year

Bleckley County High School Future Business Leaders of America is proud to announce the officers for the coming year. Presidents Jordan S. and Jillian G., Vice President Emily A., Junior Vice President Olivia W., Alex N. Reporter, Amanda K. Secretary, Maisi C. Parliamentarian, and Nick S. Historian.

These officers have been working hard throughout the summer in preparation of making this school year the best yet in Bleckley High FBLA. Presidents Jillian G. and Jordan S. met with advisers earlier in June to lay the ground work for officers over the coming months and year. Officers Nick S., Amanda K., Maisi C., Jillian G. and Emily A. worked in their initial officer preparation day to make plans for their FBLA program of work. Following this meeting, officers met to enjoy a day of fellowship, planning, developing, socializing and then ended the day with a movie!

These preparation meetings combined led to a VERY productive day at Summer Leadership and Officer Training Summit. This was a day spent with other FBLA officers and leaders from throughout the state in developing skills that they can use over the coming months as they develop their own styles and EMERGE as Leaders in FBLA.

Congratulations to these young ladies and gentlemen in the coming year. We look forward to watching you grow and EMERGE into your leadership roles and styles!

Pictured Left to Right: Nick S., Emily A., Jordan S., Jillian G., Maisi C., and Amanda K..

American Enterprise Day is a Hit at Bleckley High While Raising Money for March of Dimes

Bleckley FBLA stormed Bleckley High with a combination of Penny Wars and Blue Jeans for Babies the week of November 13-17. We were super pleased with all of the participation shown by our student body as they went to war raising coins for March of Dimes, learning about the many preventative measures that can be taken to prevent premature birth as well as all of the many things that the March of Dimes does for families in need when struck with a premature birth.

We also celebrated American Enterprise Day making note of the importance of small business and entrepreneurship especially here in our small town. We are very excited to announce that we had a 3-Way tie for winners of most Red, White and Blue for American Enterprise Day and would like to congratulate Jordan S., Brittanie J., and Susan G.

Bleckley FBLA’s Top Rally Winners

At Fall Motivational Rally held at the Georgia National Fair in Perry, all of Bleckley FBLA’s members in attendance completed a minimum of one test each in the Open Testing Event. We are proud of all of our members efforts in the Open Testing Event this year. However, we are ECSTATIC about the results achieved by Alex N. who placed first in Database Design & Applications and Abbie A. who placed Third in Banking and Financial Systems. Unfortunately our T-Shirt design did not place this year, but we are extremely proud of our design team of Tyler S., Amanda K., and Caitlyn W. for their efforts.

Bleckley County FBLA’s National Competitors

Bleckley County’s FBLA had multiple outstanding members this year. The organization had many members qualify for state competition. Competing in state is an amazing opportunity to see if your skills are strong enough to qualify for nationals. This year we had three members qualify at state to move on to nationals. Two out of the three qualifiers went to Anaheim, California to compete the last week of June and first week of July. The Three qualifiers were Alex N., Allyson B., and William D.  Alex was unfortunately unable to attend. Allyson and William however showed outstanding improvements throughout Region and State competitions allowing them to be prepared for the big event. We had many competitors throughout the year, but Allyson  and William  proved that it was their time to shine!


In July, Bleckley County had six out of eight officers travel to Crisp County High School in Cordele, Georgia to attend our regional FBLA Summer Leadership and Officer Training Summit or SLOTS. The six officers that attended were Emily A., Jordan S., Jillian G., Olivia W., Tyler S., and Caitlyn W.. This summer all of our officers from chapter 4622 learned about their rolls and duties as an officer to prepare to make 2017-2018 a great success. SLOTS helped improve our team strategy and build our team stronger. The officer team is looking forward to a great year! All BCHS students are invited to be a part of our growing organization! Come join the fun at our regular monthly meetings or any of our special events throughout the year.