PWHS DECA to send 19 to Nationals

Congratulations to the following Plymouth Whitemarsh High School (PWHS) students for placing at the DECA State Competition, earning themselves an opportunity to compete at the Virtual National Competition this year. 

  • Nate Schindler, Brandon Butler, Zach Barrie: First Place, Sports Operations Research 
  • Abby Boegner, Inyah Hewitt, Bella Scarola: First Place, Innovation Plan
  • Chris Maslij: Third Place, Principles of Finance
  • Anahita Mandal, Nicole Graham: Third Place, Career Development
  • Julia Levinson, Ethan Verlin, Rayna Handis: Third Place, Financial Literacy Project
  • Dalya Dunoff, Maya Drossner, Olivia Prusky: Third Place, Innovation Plan
  • Jacob Clatterbuck, Mason Clatterbuck, Owen Link: Third Place, Franchise Business Plan
  • Julia Couzens: Third Place, Professional Selling

Sophomore Cayce Becker also won an Executive Council position as a newly elected State Officer. Other highlights include Gianna DiNardis earning a top test score in Food Marketing and PWHS DECA Club President Katie Fitzpatrick bringing home a Pennsylvania DECA $500 Scholarship.