Port Clinton High School DECA completed in the district competition at BGSU on Jan 28, and PCHS students who have qualified for the state competition in March in Columbus include: First place —Kaylee Phillips, Hotel and Lodging Management Series; First Place — Aubrianna Wylie and Tristan Boling, Buying & Merchandising Team; First Place — Andrew Babcock, Professional Selling; Second place — Dylan Johnson, Personal Financial Literacy; Fourth Place — Dailee Terry, Start-Up Business Plan; Fifth Place — Raven Gittinger, Retail Merchandising Series; Sixth Place — Hailey Ward, Apparel & Accessories Series; and Sixth Place — Max Rodenhauser, Marketing Communication Series.
Also placing were: Fifth place — Austin Emmons, Sports & Entertainment Marketing Series; Fifth Place — Oliva Perry, Automotive Marketing Series; Seventh Place — Steven Holly, Principles of Business Administration; Seventh Place — Asia Taylor, Hospitality & Tourism Selling; Seventh Place — Talia Bowens, Human Resources Series; Seventh Place — Katherine Rodgers, Principles of Finance;
Eighth Place — Madison Palmer, Principles of Hospitality; Eighth Place — Sara Kramer, Quick Service Restaurant Series; Tenth Place — Mileen Ward, Restaurant Food Service Series; Tenth Place — Hailie Hall, Principles of Marketing; Tenth Place — Michaella Kohlman and Arianna, Wylie Marketing Communications Teams; Tenth Place — Carter Brown, Principles of Business Administration.
Bill Hollister is the Port Clinton High School DECA Advisor.
Port Clinton High School DECA students competed at Bowling Green State University in the District DECA Competition. Several PCHS students qualified for the state competition in March 2019.