FBLA-PBL is the largest business career student organization in the world. Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) education association with a quarter million students preparing for careers in business and business-related fields. The association has four divisions: 

  1. Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) for high school students;
  2. FBLA-Middle Level for junior high, middle, and intermediate school students;
  3. Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) for postsecondary students; and
  4. Professional Division for businesspeople, FBLA-PBL alumni, educators, and parents who support
       the goals of the association.  
The MCHS FBLA Club was chartered during the 2009-2010 school year. For the first year ever, Metcalfe County High School joined thousands of FBLA members from across our region and state to network, compete and learn.
2011-2012 Theme
FBLA Capturing Success or FBLA CAPTURING SUCCESS (either form is acceptable for competitive use)
2011-2012 State Project
FBLA SOS (Sending Out Support) - This will include projects related to St. Jude’s Research Hospital, Relay for Life, Friends for Michael, Operation Smile, Make A Wish Foundation, March of Dimes, etc.
Important Dates
Membership Drive                                      August 10, 2010 - January 10, 2012
Allie's Gang fundraising - March of Dimes     August 16-September 16, 2011
       Allie's Day - Black Out w/ us                  September 16, 2011
       March for Babies                                   September 17, 2011
Regional Fall Leadership Conference            October 18, 2011
Prematurity Awareness Month                     November 2011
American Enterprise Day                             November 15, 2011
Prematurity Awareness Day                        November 17, 2011
Unite to Read                                              November 2010
FBLA-PBL Week                                          February 6-10, 2012
        Monday          Green Day (Color the Earth Green Day) - Outstanding Chapter Award of Merit
        Wednesday     Job Shadow Day - Outstanding Chapter Award of Merit
Community Service Day                               February 11, 2012
Region 2 Leadership Conference                    March 9, 2012
KY State FBLA Conference                            April 9-11, 2012
Recent Activities/Events
State FBLA Conference - April, 2011
Metcalfe County High School competed at the State Leadership Conference for the very first time since the club was chartered in 2009! Freshman Ivy Parsons competed in the Impromptu Speaking event. She qualified for the final round and finished 8th.
Regional FBLA Conference - March, 2011
2011 marked only the second time MCHS has competed at the FBLA Regional Conference, but for the students participating this year it served as their very first experience in FBLA Competitive Events. Our results were remarkable!
Impromptu Speaking - 3rd Place (Ivy Parsons, 9th)
Job Interview - 3rd Place (Michael Jennings, 12th)
Business Presentation - 4th Place (Mahogany Morrison, 12th; Chandler Staggs, 11th; Kourtney Wilson, 12th)
Community Service Project - 4th Place (Chandler Staggs, 11th)
Sports Management - 5th Place (Jordan Samuels, 9th)
State FBLA Conference
April 15-17, 2010
MCHS FBLA students traveled to Louisville, KY to participate in state FBLA activities. These students observed competitions in Business Presentations, Public Speaking II & Entrepreneurship. While in Louisville we also visited Kosairs Children's Hospital to learn more about how we could volunteer our services for the benefit of the children admitted there.
Region 2 FBLA Conference
February 25, 2010
An unexpected snow day cancelled school in Metcalfe County and interrupted our hopes of participating in competitive events for the first time. However FBLA members, Brooke Milton, Jeremy Austin, Callie Jessie & Lauren Logsdon opted not to enjoy the opportunity to sleep in and found their own transportation to Western Kentucky University's campus. We competed, we observed, and enjoyed the day out of school.
Fall Regional Conference
September 2010
Region 2 FBLA offers our members the incredible opportunity of attending training workshops at Western Kentucky University to improve student knowledge and skill in selected areas. Members received training in Scrapbooking, presentations skills & project guidelines.
For more information on FBLA, please visit the websites below:                         
National FBLA Homepage: http://www.fbla.org/
Kentucky FBLA Homepage: http://www.kyfbla.org/