FCCLA Students Qualify for Nationals in California

Apr 18, 2019

FCCLA Competition Photo.

Family and consumer science students from Centennial and Liberty high schools competed at the Family Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) regional and state competitions this spring.

FCCLA is a career and technical student organization with the family as the central focus. With FCCLA, students learn how to make a difference in their families, communities and future careers.

Members learn important life skills such as leadership, planning, goal setting, problem-solving, decision-making and interpersonal communication.

After intense competition at state, Neerul Gupta and Rahmah Isa placed in the Illustrated Talk-Senior category and will represent FCCLA Centennial and Frisco ISD in Anaheim, California this summer at the National FCCLA Competition.  

Centennial senior Jorie Fleming received a $1,500 scholarship and is the first student in the District to receive a scholarship from FCCLA.

FCCLA State Competition 2019.Congratulations to all students who competed at the Region III FCCLA and state competitions and those who placed in the top five below:

Illustrated Talk - Senior
1st Place at Region III and 2nd Place at State - Neerul Gupta and Rahmah Isa, Centennial High School

National Programs in Action - Senior
1st Place at Region III - Malika Kumar and Rithika Sekar, Centennial High School
5th Place at Region III - Erha Ahmed and Jorie Fleming, Centennial High School

Interior Design - Senior
2nd Place at Region III - Carson Caruso and Meghan Champagne, Liberty High School

Job Interview - Senior
3rd Place at Region III and 5th Place at State - Greyson Carter, Liberty High School

Focus on Children - Senior
5th Place at Region III and 4th Place at State - Sara Rebollo Diaz and Mackenzie Harris, Centennial High School

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