Port Angeles business students attend annual state conference
Port Angeles High School students who attended the annual Washington State Business Leadership Conference are, from left, Jordan Shepherd, Luciano Tuscano, Annika Pederson, Arthur Alves, Madison Drew, Mikayla Deberry, Nick Fairchild, Helena Allencastre. Not shown is Silas Johnson.
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The Port Angeles High chapter received an award as the second largest Olympic Peninsula region chapter.
It also received the Gold Seal Chapter award, given to the top 5 percent to 10 percent of chapters in Washington state that complete a rigorous list of extra requirements.
Madison Drew, a PAHS senior, placed fourth in health care administration and could represent the high school chapter at the FBLA National Conference in Nashville, Tenn., in June.
Pam Helpenstell and Bernie Brabant are the Port Angeles High chapter advisers.
Last modified: May 03. 2014 6:52PM