Kameicia Norwood of Cedar Grove High earned gold in the Family Career and Community Leaders of America’s Entrepreneurship category at the FCCLA competition in Orlando, Fla., on July 8-13.
Joshua Binyard and Randall Richmond of Columbia High earned gold in the Life Event Planning FCCLA Occupational category, while teammates Sedariest Hammond and Imani Stubbs won silver in the Promote and Publicize Occupational category.
Redan High’s Mark Buford won silver in the Teach and Train category.
Tucker Middle’s Le-Vy Quinn and Nardos Gelaye won silver in the Promote and Publicize junior category, and teammates Brandon Meadows and Autumn Butler won silver in the Charter Showcase Manual junior category.
Zachary Howard of Lakeside High also earned gold in the FCCLA Occupational category, while classmates Tegan Harkins, Vivian McCanns, Eudiah Ochieng and Phillip Watkins won silver in FCCLA Occupational category.
At the Technology Student Association in Nashville, Tenn., Arabia Mountain High students Justin Borsh, Kadarius Featherstone and Tyrus Wheeler were top 10 finishers in the National VEX Robotics category. The competition was held June 20-25.
Students from DeKalb High School of Technology and Cross Keys High also earned top 10 finishes at the Skills USA in Kansas City, Mo., on June 20-27.