Thursday, April 28, 2016

Awards Keep Coming For DHS; Business Students Take Third Place At Wayne State

Dorchester High School, a Class D-2 institution, is proving itself to be one of Nebraska's top public schools based on the performance of its students.  

The school is truly producing some of Nebraska's best and brightest minds.

More proof of that came last week when DHS beat numerous larger schools and was a top three finisher at Wayne State College's annual Business Competition Day on April 21. 

More than 200 students from Nebraska and South Dakota high schools competed in multiple areas of business competitive events, including: Accounting I and II; Advertising; Business Communications; Business Comprehensive Knowledge; Business Plan; College Quiz Bowl; Computer Literacy; Datamania; Digital Citizenship; Global Business; Marketing; Keyboarding I and II Speed Timings; Personal and Financial Literacy; Sales Presentation; and Web Wizardry.

DHS finished in third place, just behind Vermillion, S.D., and Columbus Lakeview.

This news coincides with DHS' notable performances by several students at the state journalism competition earlier this week.  (See our story below.)

Our congratulations to DHS' business students.

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