58 Braves to compete in March 13-14 state event following District success
NEWS RELEASE – Heather Higdon, Director of Communications
INDIAN HILL SCHOOLS – Indian Hill High School DECA students are headed to state!
Nearly 60 Braves will compete at the state level of DECA following a strong performance with Indian Hill bringing home more than 40 awards during the District DECA competition January 22 and 23 at University of Cincinnati Clermont. Indian Hill High School offers the DECA program in partnership with Great Oaks, and it is open to all students to participate.
Indian Hill High School students earned more than 40 awards during the DECA District Competition; 58 Braves will compete at state in March (Photo-Courtesy Indian Hill Schools)
“DECA is a great way for marketing students to apply the concepts they learn in class to mock situations that are designed to reflect interactions that could possibly exist in the professional world,” said Indian Hill High School senior Manasi Singh. “Each competitive event is judged by professionals who work in the field so students get the best advice and feedback on their presentations.”
The following students received first-place district awards within their categories and qualified for the DECA State Competition: Abigail Campa, Morgan Coburn, Emerson Evans, Grace Galloway, Nick Gillan, Logan Hamilton, David
Heilbrunn, Annie Isphording, Annie Joy, Corinne O’Dell, Ryan Rammacher, Sophie Sawyers, Lauren Sewell, Emily Sichel, David Slattery, Davis Swallow, Krew Verratti, Noah Ward, and Josh Young.
The following students received second-place district awards within their categories and qualified for the DECA State Competition: Nicholas Bulas, Isabella Carson, Coco Davis, Taylor Foellger, Alex Galbraith, Nicholas Grossi, Cameron Macke, Siddarth Nandakumar, Vandita Rastogi, Maggie Schoeny, Nolan Seenberg, Olivia Vigran, and Coleman Warstler.
The following students received third-place district awards within their categories and qualified for the DECA State Competition: Garrett Anderson, Jay Consolino, Olivia Dowling, Jack Edmonson, Joselynn Faber, Madison Kahn, Maria Lindberg, Charlotte McNair, Sydney Poffenberger, Pranav Rastogi, Kilian Sheehan, Maddie Vollmer, and Elizabeth Whaley.
The following students received fourth-place district awards within their categories and qualified for the DECA State Competition: Jorie Alf, Kylie Hack, Bowie Irvine, Piper Isgrig, John Kushman, Maddie Miller, Dylan Nunn, Kunal Ranjan, Manasi Singh, and Zach Sullivan.