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Who Wants to be a Millionaire?

Eighty-nine percent of teens want to learn how to make their money grow. Yet, for decades, very few schools have provided any type of money-management instruction. That’s why Personal finance expert Dave Ramsey created a curriculum that educates and entertains students as they learn how to avoid debt and build wealth.

This year for the first time Cedar Springs High School is offering students the opportunity to take Dave Ramsey’s Personal Finance class.  The class counts as a half math credit and also gives students real life examples of financial situations that all working adults will face.  Topics covered include: Savings, Investment Options, Wealth Building and College Saving, Dangers of Debt, Consumer Awareness, Credit Bureaus and Collection Practices, Budgeting, Bargain Shopping, Relating with Money, Career Choices and Taxes, Ins and Outs of Insurance, Real Estate and Mortgages.

Cedar Springs students are getting a real life look at responsible money management.  With the help of the curriculum provided by Dave Ramsey we believe students will be given the knowledge and tools to make smart financial decisions as they prepare for life beyond high school.

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