Nearly 100 students competed for Student Company of the Year at the annual JA Company Program competition. Student businesses from Canyon Crest Academy, e3 Civic High School, and Torrey Pines High School pitched their businesses to a panel of judges composed of members of the San Diego business community. The top teams will be submitted for consideration for the national competition at the JA National Leadership Summit held in Washington DC.
This year we awarded two first-place teams, two second-place teams, and a social impact award. Learn about the winning teams below.
FIRST PLACE TEAMS
School: Torrey Pines High School Website:wearable-rays.myshopify.com Instagram:@wearable_rays Mission: Wearable Rays’ offers cute and stylish jewelry that doubles as a UV index indicator. Our mission is to spread awareness regarding skin cancer and provide a safer life for everyone.
Growth In A Box
School: Canyon Crest Academy Website:growthbox.square.site Instagram:@growth.in.a.box Mission: Our mission is to kick-start students’ mental health journey in a fun, convenient, and affordable way.
SECOND PLACE TEAMS
School: Canyon Crest Academy Website:cocolocogifts.com Instagram:@cocolocogifts Mission: Our mission is to provide high-quality, ecofriendly coconut products and gifts that serve as home decor while aligning ourselves with a strong belief in giving back to the community and making a positive impact on the world.
School: e3 Civic High School Mission: Our mission is to give assistance to those in need, that be finding the nearest organization/shelter, searching for items they may need, having others that are more fortunate be able to donate those products or simply just money to better the quality of their living conditions. Threads For All makes the donation process more efficient, so that the homeless community receives quality items.