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Market Day held by ACHS Future Business Leaders

By Director of ACHS FBLA, JR Thompson

I wanted to take a moment to share and brag on my incredible business and marketing students. Last Thursday, all of my (140) students, took their knowledge and expertise to the gym for their "Market Day".

On this day, they launched their businesses they had created, expanded on their inventions, defended their knowledge and implemented their skills to nearly 40 community leaders who served as "sharks" and "investors" - to say this day was any thing less than incredible would be an understatement.



I was left beaming with pride as each student led their exhibition of learning and demonstrated to our community that ACHS is producing the next generation of leaders in business and marketing.

This day literally took an "all hands on deck" approach for it to be successful and I'm so thankful to all of my colleagues for their support, love and kindness they showed to me and most of all my students.


This story was posted on 2023-02-02 09:16:21
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FBLA students hold Market Day at ACHS



2023-02-02 - Columbia, KY - Photo from JR Thompson.
ACHS Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) launched their businesses they had created, expanded on their inventions, defended their knowledge and implemented their skills to nearly 40 community leaders who served as "sharks" and "investors" last week. FBLA Director JR Thompson said he was, "beaming with pride as each student led their exhibition of learning and demonstrated to our community that ACHS is producing the next generation of leaders in business and marketing."

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