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Channelview High School Business Professionals of America students qualify for state competition


Channelview High School’s Business Professionals of America students proudly show the medals they earned at the BPA Regional Competition in Sugar Land. Fifteen students qualified for the State Competition, while four students were named State Alternates.

Channelview High School’s Business Professionals of America chapter shined in the spotlight with 15 students qualifying for state after their performance at the BPA Regional Competition in Sugar Land recently.


The BPA State Competition will be held March 1-4 in Dallas. The top medalists will then advance to the national contest in May.


“Our students did an amazing job and have put so much work into preparing for this competition,” said Erin Bowman, BPA adviser at Channelview High School. “I was proud of the way they represented our school and our community.”


The following students earned awards at the Regional Competition and are advancing to state:


Graphic Design

Jose Alvarez - First Place


Computer Animation Team

Jose Alvarez and Adriel Arias - First Place

Karina Solis and Merari Torres - Second Place


Computer Modeling

Adriel Arias - Second Place


Video Production Team

Rafael Elorza, Chris Frias, and Ariel Juarez - First Place

Jessica Garza, Jonathan Meija, and Eduardo Rebolloso - Second Place


Personal Finance

Emily Garza - First Place


Payroll Accounting

Giovanni Gonzalez - Third Place


Network Design Team

Dylon McRae and Laryssa Torres - First Place



Gabriel Mena-Morales - Second Place


State alternates include Miguel Valle, who finished in sixth place in the Fundamental Accounting category at regionals and the third place Presentation Management Team of Jose Arellano, Gabriel Mena-Morales and Evelyn Montelongo.