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AHS FBLA students attended Leadership Conference

Pictured from left to right – Carter Oldknow, Jay McKown, Bryana Love, Elizabeth Agan, Lauren Johnson, Kaitlyn Gipson, Katie Byrd, Rachel Ash, Angel Gray and Justin Cheek

Alexander High School Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) students attended the Fall Leadership Conference in Athens on November 18 and 19. The conference helps students improve their leadership skills and increases their understanding of the FBLA mission and goals. Students attended leadership sessions about “Public Speaking and Presentations” and ” How to Insure College Success”. As a part of their trip to Athens, AHS FBLA students got a tour of Sanford Stadium at the University of Georgia and even got to go on the playing field.

Courtesy of Douglas County Schools

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