cupertino fbla

What is FBLA?

The Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) is a high school career and technical organization established in 1940. Cupertino High School's FBLA Chapter is one of the nation's most decorated chapters in the state, consistently earning numerous awards at the Bay Section Leadership Conference (BSLC), State Leadership Conference (SLC), and National Leadership Conference (NLC). Moreover, it is the largest professional club on campus with over 250 members. We meet every Thursday lunch.



What are FBLA Committees and Competitions?

Cupertino FBLA hosts a wide variety of committees and comeptitions members can participate in. We partake four chapter projects:

  • American Enterpise Project (AE)
  • Community Service Project (CSP)
  • Partnership with Business (PWB)
  • Lawson & Hyde Middle Level

FBLA offers over 60 competitions that members compete in, ranging from multiple choice tests to prejudged projects and presentations. Competitions include Business Law, Coding & Programming, Cybersecurity, Healthcare Administration, and Securities & Investments.

How can I get involved?

Drop by one of our meetings, usually on Thursdays at lunch, or reach out to us by email! We look forward to introducing you to a group of driven and business-minded individuals like yourself.

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