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Idaho Association of Family, Career and Community Leaders of America offers our members the opportunity to develop skills for life through Family and Consumer Sciences Education.
Idaho FCCLA provides students with leadership opportunities statewide with Competitive Events, National Programs, and Community Service at the local, district, state and national levels!

important Upcoming dates


May 18
NLC Housing cancellation deadline

June 1
- NLC Registration Regular rate ends
- NLC star event substitutions deadline
- nlc housing reservation deadline

June 13-16
Joint Student leadership (JSL) 
mccall, id

June 29-July 3
National Leadership Conference
San Diego, CA

September 19
Idaho State university - pocatello

September 20
College of southern idaho - twin falls

October 3
North idaho college - couer d'alene

october 10
nampa civic center - nampa
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2021-2022 idaho fccla theme

This year's Idaho theme is "Look to the future to make it count". Life is short, time goes fast, and days are limited. it's up to you to choose how you can make every moment meaningful. Use the 2021-2022 National and Idaho themes to challenge yourself to set goals, embrace experiences, learn new skills, take ownership, and live every day with intention because you only get one chance to "Make it Count"!

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idaho Slc 2022 - highlights

State Leadership Conference was in-person and an amazing experience for all 475 attendees! We had 126 National Qualifiers, 5 State Officers elected, sold 110 pairs of socks for the Outreach Program, and many award winners. Click HERE, to go to the State Leadership Conference page and see more highlights from this year.

A huge thank you to all who participated, helped judge events, chaperoned, volunteered, and made this conference happen. 

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Spirit of advising award 2022

National Qualifiers

Congratulations to Mindy Pals, Lewiston High School! Mindy was awarded the Spirit of Advising Award, which recognizes FCCLA advisers who consistently demonstrate excellence in modeling FCCLA character and integrity to ensure the success of their students within their classroom and career. Mindy will also be recognized at NLC. 

Congratulations to Mountain Home High School! The team will represent Idaho at NLC as a national qualifier for the FCCLA LifeSmarts Knowledge Bowl.

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Congratulations to Rigby High School! Rigby had 8 students qualify for Nationals and 11 students place in the top 2!

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The following Idaho high school seniors were recognized at a special signing event for going into an FCS-related major. Congratulations!

Kadence Bateman


Jessica Dickson


evan esparza


Kate harper


Greyson hinds

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Sammie Pack


auvrelle reavis


amanda uhlenkott



Meridian High School

     - Outstanding Chapter

Chapter Award Winners

Midvale Jr./Sr. High School 

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     - Student Body

FCCLA Membership recruitment 

Why you should join a ctso


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The Ultimate Leadership Fund is FCCLA’s newest annual giving campaign that provides affiliation support grants to chapters in need. Through your generous contribution to the Ultimate Leadership Fund, FCCLA can continue to enhance the lives of youth across the nation. Your support will provide grant dollars to students and chapters who are in need of financial assistance to affiliate within the organization. FCCLA needs your support to continue to be the Ultimate Leadership Experience for students nationwide.
Please consider making a donation today to help FCCLA continue to shape today’s youth for tomorrow’s careers. It is through the support from donors like you that FCCLA is able to continue its work as the premier Career and Technical Student Organization for Family and Consumer Sciences education. We greatly appreciate your ongoing support! 

Thank you to all our industry sponsors and supporters!