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Business Management Academy

In the Business Management Academy, students will learn effective decision-making techniques in financial management, business communication, problem-solving, teamwork, and networking skills. Human resource topics such as diversity in the workplace, ethics, employer/employee rights, discrimination, accountability, time management, and setting priorities will be covered. Students will work on portfolio development opportunities and are encouraged to participate in the national Career Technical Student Organization (CTSO) organization, FBLA.

Certifications

Students are offered the opportunity to sit for the MBA Research and Curriculum Center A*S*K Certification.

College Credit

Students are offered the opportunity to take the College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) exam in Business Management. Upon passing a CLEP exam, students may be eligible to apply towards credits at many colleges or universities.

Successful Academy Students:

  • Maintain a C average in all academy coursework.

Suggested Course Schedule

Below is a suggested high school course schedule for students interested in the Business Management Academy
Grade Level Course 1 Course 2 Course 3 Course 4 Course 5 Course 6 Course 7
Ninth Grade English required Mathematics required Science required Social Studies required Fitness & Health required Technology Education required Fine Arts available
Tenth Grade English required Mathematics required Science required Social Studies required Elective available Elective available Principles of Business Management
Eleventh Grade English required Mathematics required Science required Social Studies required Elective available Elective available Principles of Accounting and Finance-Honors
Twelfth Grade English required Mathematics required Elective available Elective available Elective available Elective available Advanced Business Management