FBLA helps high school students prepare for their careers through academic competitions, leadership development, and educational programs.

Oak Glen High School FBLA proudly participates in the Community Service Project, Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA). We offer free income tax preparation for low to moderate-income families with simple tax returns.

Call our Tax Hotline to schedule an appointment before March 28, 2024.



Individualization – The FBLA High School experience should be tailored to individual members to ensure they gain the knowledge, skills, experiences, and behaviors they need to succeed after high school.

Exposure to Multiple Career Pathways – Based on these experiences as well as the knowledge and skills gained through their Business Education program, FBLA High School members understand they can choose to: enter the world of work, join the military, continue with a Business Education Program in college, or select another focus for further education.

See the Business Cycle in All Sectors – FBLA High School members should have experiences in multiple sector areas since business is a key function of every sector area and industry. Multiple sector area experiences will provide FBLA High School members with transferable skills to industry areas or higher education major areas of focus.


By the end of their FBLA High School experience, it is the goal that every member will:

• Develop an understanding of what it means to lead

• Understand fundamental business principles and how business impacts all sectors

• Demonstrate the ability to use technical skills to solve problems

• Create a post-graduation career plan

Visit the FBLA website for more information and details!

FBLA Home - Future Business Leaders of America

If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Viakley at

tina.viakley@k12.wv.us or 304-564-902