• Published March 21, 2022

    Williamson County high school DECA students are bound for Atlanta to compete in the International Career Development Conference (ICDC).

    Dozens of students competed in the State Career Development Conference March 2-5 and outperformed their competition from around Tennessee. Students competed in many categories, including principles of finance, automotive services and food marketing. Those who placed high enough in their categories qualified to compete at the ICDC in April.

    "Overall, Brentwood High and many Williamson County students excelled in the State competition," said BHS DECA adviser Lisa Nease. "Students who get involved in DECA are able to demonstrate problem-solving, communication, analytical and presentation skills and build the confidence they may not have otherwise."

    The students who are advancing to the ICDC and those who are alternates are listed below: