The DECA competition at Schertz Civic Center is tomorrow on Thursday, Jan. 19.
DECA students compete in business, financing, and management.
“The competitions are limited only by your imagination; there’s no guidelines set on what you can use your mind for in the competition,” sophomore Zach Reeves said.
Between the classes and competition, DECA offers improvement for individuals.
“It’s shown me the formal aspect of normal life,” Reeves said. “It’s helped me learn to improve my ability to talk to people and learn things from them.”
Other members agree, too, and one of them is going to her very first competition tomorrow.
“It’s a new experience; you share ideas with people and learn about them,” sophomore Zoe Del Rosario said. “They prepare you to be a good reader and prepare you to be good at business and financing.”
It also stimulates students’ ability to use their knowledge.
“The group allows me to see them succeed and see what they have into play for everyday,” DECA teacher Leslie Weil said. By Fabian Mier