Big Business: Financial
Literacy Series for
Middle and High School
Financial Literacy, career training and entrepreneurship courses
can help young people plan for the futures, save for college,
invest and make good money decisions.
Any middle school or high school
student looking to learn about these
topics, Collegiate Preparatory
International Academy provides young
people aged 12 to 21 these training
sessions starting this Fall.
Areas of Financial Literacy for middle and high school students that will be covered include: How to
Grow Money: Financial Literacy - These weekly interactive sessions will be focused on helping
students gain an understanding of the importance of financial planning including saving for college.
They will learn how money
works and wealth building
Boss Up - These weekly sessions help students
understand how to start and run their own virtual or brick
and mortar business.
Students research and
launch their own business
They research, write a business plan, present and work on
accessing capital and obtaining investors.
Career and Technical Education
Courses and Certification Programs -
These self-selected courses lead to a
certification program to help students
become career ready from high school.
When asked about the reasons behind the decision to
provide training on such an in-demand topic,
Dr. Claytisha Walden,
Superintendent/CEO of Collegiate
Preparatory International Academy said,
"Innovative curriculum means our
students should have relevant
experience and content to prepare for
The global economy calls for young people to be ready to take on
new challenges and to be equipped to create jobs and build
It is about preparing the next generation
for success." All young people aged 12
to 21 can find the most up-to-date
information about the training at
Contact Us At: https://www.collegiateprep.academy