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Twenty BPA students qualify for nationals

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ARTESIA — Twenty Artesia High School Business Professionals of America (BPA) students qualified to compete at the national level this weekend at the State BPA Contest in Albuquerque.
A total of 37 AHS BPA members competed at state, earning eight state championships in the 22 categories in which they participated. The BPA students are instructed by AHS teacher Jennifer Kuykendall. … For the rest of the story, subscribe in print and on the web.
The 20 national qualifiers earned that distinction by placing in the top five for non-judged computer events and the top three for judged events. Students competing in team events were required to place in the top two in order to qualify.
National qualifiers are eligible to compete at the National Contest in April in Chicago.

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