Colorado DECA

State Officer TEAM

Anthony Curcio

District 4 State Representative
Valor Christian High School


Anthony Curcio was born and raised in Denver, CO. He lives with his parents, older sister, and his two dogs, Lily and Bailey. He currently serves as Colorado DECA’s District 4 State Representative. He is a Senior at Valor Christian High School in Highlands Ranch, CO. Outside of DECA, Anthony participates in Student Leadership, where he serves as Valor’s Student Body President; runs his own non-profit organization to fight against Childhood Cancer; and, is a Lead Sales Associate at Cycle Bar. Also, he is a four year Speech and Debate competition member at Valor, winning various awards in three different debate categories. Anthony began his involvement in DECA in his sophomore year and quickly grew to love both the role play and written competitions. Last year, Anthony’s written project won 1st place at Colorado DECA’s State Competition, which he then followed by placing 3rd in the world at DECA’s ICDC competition - making history at Valor for the highest international placement ever by a student. Anthony plans to attend college in the Fall and hopes to pursue his career dream of becoming a Pediatric Orthopedic Surgeon.

Farewell, Colorado DECA!

Colorado DECA,

It has been a great honor to serve as your District 4 State Representative this year. Our goal was to unify our community once again after the pandemic, and we have accomplished that! I am proud of the enthusiasm, determination, and hard work DECA members have given this year through chapter events, competitive events, as well as through your fundraising efforts for the 10/10/10 campaign. Through the 10/10/10 campaign, we were not only able to raise over $10,000 for Mental Health Colorado, but we also exceeded our goal in raising 10,000 pounds of food, as well as raising $10,000. That is no small feat and I would like to thank YOU for your hard work and contributions!

As my term as a State Officer comes to a close, I am reflecting on my last three years as a DECA member. I started out as a DECA member in my sophomore year. I never imagined I would end my high school career serving the entire state of Colorado as a State Officer. What I have learned in my three years in DECA is to never give up! It doesn’t matter how you start, it matters how you finish! I learned to build the courage needed to keep striving to make my visions turn into a reality.

I would like to thank Mrs. Young, Mrs. Mossman, Mr. Peer, DECA District 4 schools, and all Colorado DECA members for trusting me to help lead this amazing organization. To Mr. Haar, Mr. Konrad, Mr. Ladwig, Mr. Seiler, and all of Valor DECA, I can’t thank you enough for your support, guidance, and inspiration that you have given me the last three years. I wouldn’t have been able to accomplish all that I did without you. I have learned a lot and promise to take what I have learned and share it with the world!


Anthony Curcio