CMHS students recognized by Business Professionals of America


The following Clinton Massie High School students were recognized by the Business Professionals of America (BPA) Region 17 for their success in the Region 17 competitions. Students finishing in the top eight were recognized at the awards ceremony held at Fairfield High School on Jan. 27.

Advanced Accounting

(1) Connor Powers, (2) Jenna Hanlon, (3) Isaiah McCoy, (4) Austin Vonderhaar, (5) Logan Miller, (6) Adam Frisch, (7) Cole Moorman, (8) Emma Hollingsworth

Banking and Finance

(1) Isaiah McCoy, (3) Tye Phipps

Personal Financial Management

(2) Daphne Woodrum, (3) Jenna Hanlon, (4) Georgia Black, (6) Owen Trick, (7) Malea Beam

The following students will be competing in the Ohio BPA competitions on March 9 and 10 in Columbus. Students finishing in the top five at the state qualify to compete nationally on April 25-30 in Anaheim, California.

Advanced Accounting: Connor Powers, Jenna Hanlon, Austin Vonderhaar, and Logan Miller

Banking and Finance: Isaiah McCoy and Tye Phipps

Personal Financial Management: Daphne Woodrum and Georgia Black

Congratulations to all of these students on their outstanding accomplishments and good luck to those competing at the state level.

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