In the photo at right, GFHS students Alex Smith, Ben Crivelli, and Kyle Morse hold trophies and certificates they earned at the 2016 Business Day competition.
June 7, 2016 — In a "one-two punch," Glens Falls High School swept the Personal Computer Repair division at the 23rd annual High School Business Day Competition at SUNY Adirondack May 9th. “The competition brings 15 area schools and 300 students together to compete in a variety of business-related tests,” says high school business teacher Robert Amberger.
From GFHS, Alex Smith and Ben Crivelli earned first place for PC Repair, with Kyle Morse taking second place.
The SUNY Adirondack High School Business Day strives to connect what students learn in school to what they will experience as business professionals. During the competition, displays and timed tasks are judged by members of the business and education community.