5 students bring home awards from the annual event
Nine FBLA students braved the winter weather to attend the 2018 Midland University Business Competition on Tuesday, March 6.
Congratulations to the 5 students who brought home awards: Trey Johnston (1st place in Financial Math), Trevin Luben (6th place in Financial Math), Will Shanahan (7th place in Economics, Abi Klein (8th place in Accounting I), and Taryn Scheef (8th place in Business Communications).
Attending the 2018 Business Day Competition at Midland University were, front row (from left): Erin Sutton, Brendan Lacey, Trey Johnston. Back row: Abi Klein, Taryn Scheef, Will Shanahan, Austin Scott, Trevin Luben, and Cade Belitz.
Students encouraged to always take advantage of opportunities to serve community
An important part of high school is educating our students on how to be a productive and positive part of their community. We want students to experience community service as much as possible, as we believe caring for others is an important . . .
Sept. 28 event focuses on achieving success in the world of business
Ten Wahoo High School Future Business Leaders of America ( FBLA ) members and their adviser, Barb Shanahan, attended the Nebraska Fall Leadership Conference at the Cornhusker Hotel in Lincoln on Wednesday, Sept. 28. The . . .
Members participate in election of officers, business competitions and seminars
Members of Wahoo High School’s Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) recently attended the Nebraska State Leadership Conference in Omaha on April 7-9, 2016. On the way to the conference, the students took time . . .
6 bring home awards from March 8 event
Eighteen members of the Wahoo Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) Chapter competed at Midland University’s annual Business Competition Day on Tuesday, March 8. There were a series of tests taken on various business topics . . .
Students experience opportunity to enhance business knowledge & leadership skills
Nine members of the Wahoo High School chapter of Future Business Leaders of America ( FBLA ) attended the 2015 FBLA National Fall Leadership Conference in Omaha November 6-7, 2015, along with Adviser, Barb Shanahan. Students . . .
Brigham/Meyer/Olson/Ruzicka bring home honors
This past week my school’s FBLA chapter and I were lucky enough to attend the 2015 FBLA State Leadership Conference, along with 2,482 other FBLA students from across the state! FBLA stands for Future Business Leaders of America. . . .
Members spend afternoon serving others at Lincoln's Matt Talbot Kitchen & Outreach
Members of the WHS Future Business Leaders of America ( FBLA ) reached out to the community by preparing and providing a snack for those in need at the Matt Talbot Kitchen and Outreach in Lincoln on Wednesday, Feb. 25. . . .
Event highlighted on Channel 6 News
Wahoo High School Future Business Leaders of America ( FBLA ) members attended the annual FBLA Fall Leadership Conference in Omaha at the Ramada Inn Convention Center on Wednesday, September 24. Those attending were (pictured . . .
Weber takes 3rd in Insurance & Risk Management competition
Future Business Leaders of America ( FBLA ) students from Wahoo and Cedar Bluffs traveled together to the National FBLA Convention in Nashville, Tennessee June 28-July 3. Students qualified to compete at the national . . .
Vrana/Scheef/States/Urban bring home competition honors; Vrana & Urban advance to summer Nationals in Nashville
What do you get when you cross the drifter, an elevator, and the back access? A great weekend at the 2014 Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) State Leadership Conference! After a stressful first day of getting there, settling in, . . .
Vrana, States & Scheef bring home awards!
On Tuesday, March 4, nine Wahoo High School FBLA students and their adviser, Barb Shanahan, made the trek to Fremont to participate in the annual Midland University Phi Beta Lambda Business Competition. The day consisted of . . .
Students get up-close-and-personal with legislative process
On Wednesday, February 19, 2014, three Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) members, Katie Harrell, Patrick Wolf, and Tymber States, and their adviser, Barb Shanahan, went to the Capitol in Lincoln to volunteer with the March of . . .
Vrana Takes Top Trophy in Parliamentary Procedure
Sixteen FBLA students and their sponsor, Mrs. Barb Shanahan, traveled to UNL on Monday, November 26, 2012 to take part in the UNL American Business Competition. The American Business Competition gives high school students the . . .
Mocha K Owner Speaks on Process of Business Development
November 15 is recognized by Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) each year as American Enterprise Day. This date is set aside to salute and publicize the American free enterprise system and to teach others about it. There is no . . .
Seven Rub Elbows at Nation's Largest Student-Planned Event
Seven Wahoo students found their way to the CenturyLink in Omaha for a business symposium sponsored by Creighton University on Friday, November 2, 2012. The Creighton Business Symposium is currently the largest student-planned event in . . .
Nebraska Chapters Bring Home 28 Event Awards
The Nebraska Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) traveled to San Antonio, Texas, for the National Leadership Conference held June 28 to July 3, 2012. Nebraska was represented by 275 members, advisers, and guests who attended . . .
Brust/Urban/Vrana Bring Home High Honors
Fifteen students from WHS, along with Mrs. Shanahan and 2,200 other students from across the state, attended the 50th annual Nebraska State FBLA Conference in Omaha March 29-31, 2012. It is a three-day conference held . . .
Colgan Takes First Place in Job Interview Competition!
Four students from WHS attended the Midland University Business Competition on Thursday, February 16, 2012. The day consisted of business tests, job interviews and quiz bowl competitions. The Wahoo team made it to the . . .
Students Compete with over 2,100 Others from across Nebraska
Twenty-six students from Wahoo High School attended the 49th Annual State FBLA Convention in Omaha. The conference was a very successful endeavor for all! The conference consists of over 2,100 students from across the state . . .
WHS Students Post School's "Best Performance" at Annual Event
Thirteen WHS Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) students attended the Midland University Business Competition on Tuesday, February 15, 2011, bringing home 5 awards! “The students did an awesome job. This is the best . . .
Willis Among 1% of State-Wide Members Receiving Honor
WHS Senior Kyle Willis was presented with the Who’s Who in FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) Award at the State FBLA Convention on Friday, April 9, 2010. The award is based on a member’s involvement in FBLA. Only up . . .
The week of November 9-15 was nationally observed as Money Smart Week. Money Smart Week is a private initiative to promote financial literacy. FBLA members observed the week by putting posters around the high school, making available . . .
Brodahl Takes 2nd Place in Spelling Competition
Eight Wahoo High School students and their adviser traveled to the Holiday Convention Center in Omaha to join 2050 other Nebraska Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) members and advisers for the 47th annual State Leadership . . .
State Leadership Conference Scheduled April 2-4
Wahoo High School students have been busy with business competitions! Each year students attend the business competitions at Southeast Community College–Beatrice and Midland Lutheran College. The students take tests in a variety of areas . . .
Keynote Speaker Stresses Leadership in School/Community
On September 28, the 2005-2006 Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) officers attended a leadership conference in Omaha. FBLA President Gina H., Vice President Cassidy N., Secretary Brooke R., Historian . . .
Ice skating pictures are included.
Busy November - FBLA members attend National Conference and ice skating party! Four FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) members and their advisor attended the National Fall Leadership Conference in Omaha at the Qwest Center on . . .