FBLA

 
Barren County High School's Future Business Leaders of America Chapter is a co-curricular organization is organized to encourage members to participate in activities designed to facilitate intelligent career choices, develop business skills, teach the value of community responsibility, and strengthen self-confidence. Chapter activities     usually fall into these five categories:  Professional, Service, Civic, Financial, and Social.  Barren County High School's FBLA Chapter is widely known throughout the region and state for its winning tradition in competitive events and community service. Programs FBLA participates in are:  Unite to Read, March of Dimes, Pink Out, Relay for Life, helping families at Thanksgiving and Christmas, Halloween Safety Day, and Read Across America.  Members have the opportunity to travel to many different states for fall and summer national leadership conferences as well as WKU and Louisville for regional and state conferences.
Advisers:  Cindy Jackson, Angie Rush, and Shelia Childress
Who can join? First year members must be in a business related class. After the first year members are allowed one year without a    business class.
Fees: $12 annual membership fee. $20 with purchase of club t-shirt
 
 

FBLA Competition Websites

Trojan Ticket Treasures

Youth Involvement