|Term 1||Term 2||Term 3||Term 4|
|Block 1||Personal Finance||Business Law||Plan||Plan|
|Personal Finance||Business Law||Economics||Economics|
|Accounting I A (Semester Course)||Accounting I B||Accounting II A (Semester Course)||Accounting II B|
|Block 5||Accounting I A (Semester Course)||Accounting I B||Personal Finance||Intro to Personal Finance|
ACCOUNTING IA - HSBS131 and ACCOUNTING IB - HSBS132
Grade Level: 10,11,12 ; Course Credit: 10 ; Prerequisite: None
Students must register for both Accounting IA and Accounting IB. Warren Buffett once said: "You have to learn Accounting. It's the language of the business. If you don't know it, it's like being in a foreign country without knowing the language." For students who will someday be involved in business in their professional or personal life, this class is essential. In this course, students with no prior training learn fundamental accounting skills, building an appreciation for the role of accounting in managing a profitable business. Students will also utilize spreadsheets or other accounting software for specific business and personal applications. Strong math skills and the completion of Algebra I are recommended.
ACCOUNTING IIA- HSBS133 and ACCOUNTING IIB-HSBS134
Grade Level: 11,12 ; Course Credit: 10 ; Prerequisite: Accounting I and 2
Students must register for both Accounting IIA and Accounting IIB. In this second-year accounting course, students continue to grow in their understanding of the "language of business." Students in Advanced Accounting will apply concepts, procedures, and applications introduced in Accounting. Students will calculate, analyze, compare/contrast, and evaluate financial information used in making managerial decisions. Students are exposed to various careers in the accounting field and are given the opportunity to perform accounting applications using the computer.
PERSONAL FINANCE- HSBS115
Grade Level: 11,12 ; Course Credit: 5 ; Prerequisite: None
This class is meant to introduce students to basic personal money management skills. Students who are just entering the workforce and would like information on taxes, checking accounts, savings, insurance, investing, credit and other introductory concepts will benefit from taking this class
INTRODUCTION TO PERSONAL FINANCE - HSBS116
Grade Level: 9,10 ; Course Credit: 5 ; Dual Credit Eligible, Prerequisite: None
This class is meant to introduce students to basic personal money management skills. Students will explore topics such as banking, budgets, savings, investing, taxes, payroll, careers, and financial planning.