Tough competitors

Ready to take on the competition from students across the state, EHOVE students who belong to BPA are headed to the state competition March 14 and 15 in Columbus. 

“Thirty-One students advanced to state this year,” said Visual Media Tech Instructor Dustin Lowery.  “We were the number one school in our region this year.  We are extremely proud of our students’ accomplishments.” 

Business Professionals of America (BPA) contributes to the preparation of a world-class workforce through the advancement of leadership, citizenship, academic, and technological skills.  Programs involved in BPA include Computer Networking Technician and Interactive Media Technology. 

Students are working hard and are excited to compete at State Competition where they have scholarship opportunities.  “I am very excited to go to State Competition and I am hoping to do well and make it to Nationals,” said Visual Media Tech student Rena Arter (Edison HS).  “EHOVE has prepared me well.  I have learned organizational skills, storyboard and sequence videos as well as editing videos.” 

“We have been working on cameras, videos and software for editing to prepare for State Competition,” said Visual Media Tech student Roland White (Western Reserve HS). 

Computer Network Tech student Matt Rigsby (Vermilion HS) will be participating in the Cisco Networking Competition at State.  “I am really excited to go and apply the skills I have learned at EHOVE,” said Rigsby. 
Students who make it past State Competition will be going to Nationals in Orlando, Florida May 8-11. 

PHOTO:  Visual Media Tech student Roland White (Western Reserve HS)