Frontier BPA
Frontier Jr./Sr. High School
Business Professionals of America
Today's students. Tomorrow's business professionals.

What is BPA?

Motto Today's students. Tomorrow's business professionals.
Formation 1966
Former name Office Education Association (OEA)
Legal status Intra-Curricular Non-profit organization
Headquarters Columbus, Ohio
Membership 51,000
Chapters 2,300
US states 23
President Rachel Wagner

Business Professionals of America is the leading career and technical student organization for students pursuing careers in business management, office administration, information technology and other related career fields.

BPA provides students at Frontier with the skills, experience, and connections that will be required throughout the pursuit of their careers as well as important lessons that will be valuable throughout their lifetimes.

Frontier BPA

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Frontier BPA

Our chapter was formed in 2013 and is advised by Ms. Rogers, head of the Frontier Jr./Sr. High School business department.

We practice various forms of activism in both our school and its surrounding communities. Although we do mean business, we're confident that BPA is a fun, enjoyable experience for everyone.

BPA Programs

  • Workplace Skills Assessment Program
    BPA's showcase program: Rewarding members for their outstanding achievements in competitive events. Learn more.
  • Torch Awards
    Rewarding members for their everyday achievements. Log in.
  • BPA Cares
    Rewarding chapters for their involvement in good causes, recruiting members, etc. See this page on the national website for more information on how to help our chapter in this program.
  • Officer elections
    Positions at chapter, state, and national levels. See here on the Indiana Association website if you're interested in running for a state position or here on the national website if you are interested in running for a national officer position.

The BPA Colors

  • Navy signifies the success achieved through leadership and professionalism.
  • Tan represents the bountiful fields of opportunity in America.
  • Red symbolizes the friendship obtained through teamwork in our organization.

The BPA Pledge

"We are met in a spirit of friendship and goodwill as we prepare for careers in a world-class workforce. We work together to develop professionalism and leadership through Business Professionals of America and pledge our loyalty to our nation."

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BPA Shield

The BPA Shield

The four points of the BPA shield stand for Ambition, Leadership, Sociability, and Poise.

The shield itself stands for honor and dignity and the importance of business in America.

The stripes represent education, citizenship, loyalty, patriotism, competency, and dependability.

The bar represents the service provided by employees in business occupations.

The quill and inkwell represent the stability of business occupations through the ages.

The torch represents worthy goals.

Our members

Business Professionals of America is the leading career and technical student organization for students pursuing careers in business management, office administration, information technology and other related career fields.

Our members

BPA provides students at Frontier with the skills, experience, and connections that will be required throughout the pursuit of their careers as well as important lessons that will be valuable throughout their lifetimes.

Our members

Our chapter practices various forms of activism in both our school and its surrounding communities. Although we do mean business, we're confident that BPA is a fun, enjoyable experience for everyone.

In a spirit of friendship and goodwill, we prepare for careers in a world-class workforce. We work together to develop professionalism and leadership through Business Professionals of America and pledge our loyalty to our nation.