BPA, or Business Professionals of America, is Manhattan High's Business and Computer club. Students can join the club at any time during their high school career. BPA students compete in any of over 60 events, ranging from Accounting, to Microsoft Office skills, to public Presentations. They compete first at the Regional level, then at the State level in Billings if they qualify, and finally at Nationals if they are a State award winner.
Students must work many fund raisers in order to finace the BPA travel expenses for competitions. They also participate in many community service projects, including all those sponsored by the Manhattan PTO.
Todd Lucier is the advisor for Manhattan BPA, and can be reached to answer any questions at 282-2049.