State FBLA Competition
PHS sophomore takes first place at FBLA competition
Posted on 03/19/2014
Daniel Lovell

Daniel Lovell, a sophomore at Pepperell High School, placed first in Desktop Application Programming at the Georgia FBLA State Leadership Conference held at the Hyatt Regency in Atlanta on March 14-15.  Lovell has also earned a spot representing Georgia at the National Leadership Conference in Nashville later this summer.  Lovell programmed a conference registration system using the C# programming language during the competition. 

Other strong FBLA performers from Pepperell High during the competition were:

Daniel Lovell,  also finished 10th in Introduction to Technology Concepts 
Madison Janssen,  finished fifth in Business Law 
Kaitlyn Childers, placed eighth in Business Calculations 
Zach Dillard, finished 10th in Computer Problem Solving 

Other finalists competing were:

Miranda Homan,senior, in digital design and promotion 
Jack Ludwig, senior, in digital design and promotion  

The Georgia FBLA State Leadership Conference is held annually in Atlanta where over 3,000 FBLA members from around the state compete in 60 events, attend workshops, and network with other students and business professionals. 

Photo below:
Left to Right -  Miranda Homan, Jack Ludwig, Zach Dillard, Daniel Lovell, Kaitlyn Childers & Madison Janssen