Four Mt. Healthy Students Receive Top Honors through Diamond Oaks in Regional Business Competition

Mt. Healthy has 82 students attending Diamond Oaks in the various programs they offer. The Diamond Oaks Computer Service Technician, Networking, Web Applications, and Game Development students made a huge impact at recent Business Professionals of America (BPA) regional competition with four Mt. Healthy students bringing home top awards. The 29 students who participated brought home 34 team or individual medals and 17 honorable mentions. Thirteen of the students will go on to compete at the state level. BPA is a national student organization promoting business, technical and marketing skills, with 43,000 members in over 2,300 chapters in 23 states.


Those who earn the highest scores in each category will also compete at the state BPA competition.


Mina Bolser and her team will compete in state competition in the Network Design Team event for their first place ranking.


Thomas Roth and his team will compete in state for Administrative Support Team event for their first place ranking.


Other top awards for Mt. Healthy students were:

John Butler and his team earned second place in Administrative Support Team.


Mina Bolser took first place in Financial Math and Analysis, honorable mention in Servicing and Troubleshooting, first place in Computer Programming, Business Meeting Management, and Management, Marketing, and Human Resources


Rico Jackson took third place in Business Meeting Management.


Dr. Cosby and all the Administrative Team wish to congratulate our students on their hard work and accomplishments!