Orange County High School students attended the National Leadership and Competition for Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) in Anaheim, CA on July 1-5th. FCCLA events are based on the student’s project, speech, and presentation for the judges in adherence to the FCCLA rubric in accordance to their specific event. Students are recognized with a Gold (90-100 score), Silver (80-90 score), or Bronze (70-80 score).

Three Orange County High School students received nationwide recognition for their efforts. Asyria Vessels received GOLD in her Life Event Planning Competition, Sean Owens received SILVER in his Food Innovations Competition, and Beyoncé Malson received SILVER in her Teach and Train Competition.

We want to thank everyone who has helped our students with fundraising efforts or with planning of our projects.

Sean Owens received SILVER in his Food Innovations Competition

Sean Owens received SILVER in his Food Innovations Competition

Beyoncé Malson received SILVER in her Teach and Train Competition

Beyoncé Malson received SILVER in her Teach and Train Competition

Asyria Vessels received GOLD in her Life Event Planning Competition

Asyria Vessels received GOLD in her Life Event Planning Competition