Future Business Leaders of AmericaFBLA is the co-curricular student organization for Business and Computer Science students, but is open to all students that wish to join. FBLA allows students to gain leadership skills by participating in chapter events (fundraisers, membership drives, community service), working on chapter teams (website management, promotion), becoming a chapter/region/state level officer, and competing in business and computer science events. Students in the Programming & Computer Science Pathway and the Entrepreneurship & Human Resource Management Pathway will learn about and participate in FBLA activities in class.FBLA is the largest and oldest business student organization in the world! Georgia FBLA has 23,000+ student members.
MeetingsFBLA meets most Thursdays at 4:00pm
in the War Eagle Dining Hall or other location TBA
To be added to the FBLA
email distribution list, send a
message to email@example.com
Competitive Events Program
FBLA's National Awards Program recognizes and rewards excellence in a broad range of business, computer science, and career-related areas. Through region-and state-based competition at the winter Region Leadership Conferences and spring State Leadership Conferences, students compete in events testing their business and computer science knowledge and skills. Top state winners are then eligible to compete for honors at the National Leadership Conference each summer.Click here for more competitive event information.Since FBLA is co-curricular, students can work on their competitive events as part of their class assignments! Several of the events are restricted to 9th and 10th grade students, so less experienced students can compete on a level playing field and gain experience before having to compete against upperclassmen.You may view the national website to gain more information about the FBLA organization.In June 2017, 31 SFHS students traveled to Anaheim, CA to compete in the National Leadership Conference. We had 16 of these students recognized as Top 10 in the nation earning awards and money.Intro to Parliamentary Procedures 1st PlaceAki TalkadContact Information
For more information about FBLA, see Mr. O'Connor in Rm. 135, Mrs. Yonk in Rm. 156, Mr. Beckley in Rm. 474, or Mrs. Hart in Rm. 232. Membership opens at the beginning of the school year and extends through January. Students benefit most when they join early in the school year.You can join by choosing the "FBLA MEMBERSHIP" option in your My Payments Plus account.
Advisers may also be contacted by email to answer questions.
Last Modified on August 11, 2018