Students compete to quality for state competition of Business Professionals of America

LEWISTON, ID - A group of eager high schoolers from all over the region participated in a competition at LCSC Friday in hopes of enhancing their business and leadership skills.

LCSC hosted a regional Business Professionals of America competition Friday. 13 schools from as far away as Salmon River came to Lewiston so they could try to qualify for the state competition in Boise. The students competed in five different categories in all forms of Moscow High School sophomore Dakota Pfaff.

"BPA is for like I think prepping students to go onto a business profession such as...I'm doing computer modeling and that's creating three-dimensional images," said Pfaff.

The students were judged by community members who volunteered their time Friday.