From staff reports
TRUSSVILLE — Several students from the Hewitt-Trussville High School Future Business Leaders of America chapter competed in the Alabama State FBLA Competition recently in Birmingham.
Miles Dawson and Micah Grey won first place for business ethics.
Caleb Woodard and Jonathan Martin took second place for entrepreneurship. Also taking second place were Kathryn Loveless and Dailey McCabe for marketing.
Kate Heinzman and Lauren Bautista placed third for public service announcement.
These students are eligible to represent the state of Alabama at the FBLA National Conference this summer in Chicago.
Duston Wood earned the highest score in Adobe certification testing. The Hewitt-Trussville High School chapter of FBLA tied for second place for the largest chapter in District 5 with 100 members.
In other news, teams from the Hewitt-Trussville High School Academy of Business and Finance’s entrepreneurship class competed in the Junior Achievement Biz Plan Challenge Finals held at America’s First Federal Credit Union. The final six teams competed for scholarship money and awards. Will McMurry and Jacob Rushing came in third place and received a $750 scholarship. These students were recognized at the Spirit of Free Enterprise Luncheon in Birmingham.