Camelback Competed at The DECA State Competition

Posted by Communications on 3/8/2017

Camelback competed at the DECA State Competition and qualified 25 students to the DECA International Competition to Anaheim, CA in April.  This is the school’s largest total ever.   Camelback students will be joining 17,000 students throughout the world for the DECA International Career Development Conference.   There were 2,400 students from 72 schools that attended the DECA State Competition   and Camelback had the second largest number of students attending in the state.  Among their wins, the students who won the Verizon Best in State App contest also won in the Innovation Competition, the second year in a row that Camelback has won with the Verizon challenge winners. 


The Camelback JROTC took nine cadets on a field trip to the Arizona State Capitol, February 28.  The trip was focused on the Capital Museum and gaining an understanding of some of the history of our great state. While at the Capitol, the students were able to meet State Representative Kelli Butler. The cadets were able to visit her office and were given a tour of the House of Representatives with her. The cadets also met and were welcomed in the museum by Secretary of State, Michelle Regan.