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AHS students compete at DECA conference

 

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Arlington High School DECA students competed at the international conference last month in Anaheim and placed well in their categories. From left, Sarah Dicks, Ashley DeWard, Jordynn Crawford, Alexandria Crandall, Alexa Casey, Caroline Diemer, Edward Radion, and Trevor Remle.

Arlington High School DECA students competed at the international conference last month in Anaheim and placed well in their categories.

Senior Edward Radion earned fourth in Financial Consulting. Senior Alexandria Crandall placed in the top 15 for her Start-Up Business Plan. Alexa Casey, Jordynn Crawford and Ashley DeWard also placed in the top 15 for School-Based Enterprise.

"This gave us an opportunity to meet students from other states and countries," said Ashley DeWard. "It was a great learning experience."

"Washington state is considered the best for DECA so it's very challenging to place well," said Tyler Payne, AHS DECA advisor. "These students worked very hard and did an awesome job."

DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality and management.

 

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