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State School Board District 1 Schools of Distinction

Williamson High & Middle Grades Preparatory Academy

Entrepreneurship Academy Financial Literacy

School of Distinction AwardMobile County Schools

Principal, Mr. Kirven Lang

Superintendent, Mr. Chresal Threadgill

The poverty level existing around the Maysville community led to the implementation of a Financial Literacy Program in all the entrepreneurship classes at Williamson High School. The Entrepreneurship Academy was developed with five real-world pathways and provided a robust curriculum designed to prepare students for financial success. Financial literacy consisted of two major components, personal and business finance. Personal finance taught principles of the Dave Ramsey curriculum, Foundations in Personal Finance. This course allowed students to become financially literate by focusing on important concepts associated with basic financial principles, such as budgeting and banking. Through a partnership with the University of South Alabama’s Mitchell College of Business and the “Build a Bridge” program, business finance was also offered. Upon course completion, students wrote and developed a business plan. The financial literacy program at Williamson High School created a viable path to economic stability by offering students the opportunity to learn personal and professional life skills vital to achieving success during their high school matriculation and post-secondary endeavors.

State School Board District 2 Schools of Distinction

Williamson High & Middle Grades Preparatory Academy

by Anita Reid | Jul 12, 2021

Entrepreneurship Academy Financial Literacy

School of Distinction AwardMobile County Schools

Principal, Mr. Kirven Lang

Superintendent, Mr. Chresal Threadgill

The poverty level existing around the Maysville community led to the implementation of a Financial Literacy Program in all the entrepreneurship classes at Williamson High School. The Entrepreneurship Academy was developed with five real-world pathways and provided a robust curriculum designed to prepare students for financial success. Financial literacy consisted of two major components, personal and business finance. Personal finance taught principles of the Dave Ramsey curriculum, Foundations in Personal Finance. This course allowed students to become financially literate by focusing on important concepts associated with basic financial principles, such as budgeting and banking. Through a partnership with the University of South Alabama’s Mitchell College of Business and the “Build a Bridge” program, business finance was also offered. Upon course completion, students wrote and developed a business plan. The financial literacy program at Williamson High School created a viable path to economic stability by offering students the opportunity to learn personal and professional life skills vital to achieving success during their high school matriculation and post-secondary endeavors.

State School Board District 3 Schools of Distinction

Williamson High & Middle Grades Preparatory Academy

by Anita Reid | Jul 12, 2021

Entrepreneurship Academy Financial Literacy

School of Distinction AwardMobile County Schools

Principal, Mr. Kirven Lang

Superintendent, Mr. Chresal Threadgill

The poverty level existing around the Maysville community led to the implementation of a Financial Literacy Program in all the entrepreneurship classes at Williamson High School. The Entrepreneurship Academy was developed with five real-world pathways and provided a robust curriculum designed to prepare students for financial success. Financial literacy consisted of two major components, personal and business finance. Personal finance taught principles of the Dave Ramsey curriculum, Foundations in Personal Finance. This course allowed students to become financially literate by focusing on important concepts associated with basic financial principles, such as budgeting and banking. Through a partnership with the University of South Alabama’s Mitchell College of Business and the “Build a Bridge” program, business finance was also offered. Upon course completion, students wrote and developed a business plan. The financial literacy program at Williamson High School created a viable path to economic stability by offering students the opportunity to learn personal and professional life skills vital to achieving success during their high school matriculation and post-secondary endeavors.

State School Board District 4 Schools of Distinction

Williamson High & Middle Grades Preparatory Academy

by Anita Reid | Jul 12, 2021

Entrepreneurship Academy Financial Literacy

School of Distinction AwardMobile County Schools

Principal, Mr. Kirven Lang

Superintendent, Mr. Chresal Threadgill

The poverty level existing around the Maysville community led to the implementation of a Financial Literacy Program in all the entrepreneurship classes at Williamson High School. The Entrepreneurship Academy was developed with five real-world pathways and provided a robust curriculum designed to prepare students for financial success. Financial literacy consisted of two major components, personal and business finance. Personal finance taught principles of the Dave Ramsey curriculum, Foundations in Personal Finance. This course allowed students to become financially literate by focusing on important concepts associated with basic financial principles, such as budgeting and banking. Through a partnership with the University of South Alabama’s Mitchell College of Business and the “Build a Bridge” program, business finance was also offered. Upon course completion, students wrote and developed a business plan. The financial literacy program at Williamson High School created a viable path to economic stability by offering students the opportunity to learn personal and professional life skills vital to achieving success during their high school matriculation and post-secondary endeavors.

State School Board District 5 Schools of Distinction

Williamson High & Middle Grades Preparatory Academy

by Anita Reid | Jul 12, 2021

Entrepreneurship Academy Financial Literacy

School of Distinction AwardMobile County Schools

Principal, Mr. Kirven Lang

Superintendent, Mr. Chresal Threadgill

The poverty level existing around the Maysville community led to the implementation of a Financial Literacy Program in all the entrepreneurship classes at Williamson High School. The Entrepreneurship Academy was developed with five real-world pathways and provided a robust curriculum designed to prepare students for financial success. Financial literacy consisted of two major components, personal and business finance. Personal finance taught principles of the Dave Ramsey curriculum, Foundations in Personal Finance. This course allowed students to become financially literate by focusing on important concepts associated with basic financial principles, such as budgeting and banking. Through a partnership with the University of South Alabama’s Mitchell College of Business and the “Build a Bridge” program, business finance was also offered. Upon course completion, students wrote and developed a business plan. The financial literacy program at Williamson High School created a viable path to economic stability by offering students the opportunity to learn personal and professional life skills vital to achieving success during their high school matriculation and post-secondary endeavors.

State School Board District 6 Schools of Distinction

Williamson High & Middle Grades Preparatory Academy

by Anita Reid | Jul 12, 2021

Entrepreneurship Academy Financial Literacy

School of Distinction AwardMobile County Schools

Principal, Mr. Kirven Lang

Superintendent, Mr. Chresal Threadgill

The poverty level existing around the Maysville community led to the implementation of a Financial Literacy Program in all the entrepreneurship classes at Williamson High School. The Entrepreneurship Academy was developed with five real-world pathways and provided a robust curriculum designed to prepare students for financial success. Financial literacy consisted of two major components, personal and business finance. Personal finance taught principles of the Dave Ramsey curriculum, Foundations in Personal Finance. This course allowed students to become financially literate by focusing on important concepts associated with basic financial principles, such as budgeting and banking. Through a partnership with the University of South Alabama’s Mitchell College of Business and the “Build a Bridge” program, business finance was also offered. Upon course completion, students wrote and developed a business plan. The financial literacy program at Williamson High School created a viable path to economic stability by offering students the opportunity to learn personal and professional life skills vital to achieving success during their high school matriculation and post-secondary endeavors.

State School Board District 7 Schools of Distinction

Williamson High & Middle Grades Preparatory Academy

by Anita Reid | Jul 12, 2021

Entrepreneurship Academy Financial Literacy

School of Distinction AwardMobile County Schools

Principal, Mr. Kirven Lang

Superintendent, Mr. Chresal Threadgill

The poverty level existing around the Maysville community led to the implementation of a Financial Literacy Program in all the entrepreneurship classes at Williamson High School. The Entrepreneurship Academy was developed with five real-world pathways and provided a robust curriculum designed to prepare students for financial success. Financial literacy consisted of two major components, personal and business finance. Personal finance taught principles of the Dave Ramsey curriculum, Foundations in Personal Finance. This course allowed students to become financially literate by focusing on important concepts associated with basic financial principles, such as budgeting and banking. Through a partnership with the University of South Alabama’s Mitchell College of Business and the “Build a Bridge” program, business finance was also offered. Upon course completion, students wrote and developed a business plan. The financial literacy program at Williamson High School created a viable path to economic stability by offering students the opportunity to learn personal and professional life skills vital to achieving success during their high school matriculation and post-secondary endeavors.

State School Board District 8 Schools of Distinction

Williamson High & Middle Grades Preparatory Academy

by Anita Reid | Jul 12, 2021

Entrepreneurship Academy Financial Literacy

School of Distinction AwardMobile County Schools

Principal, Mr. Kirven Lang

Superintendent, Mr. Chresal Threadgill

The poverty level existing around the Maysville community led to the implementation of a Financial Literacy Program in all the entrepreneurship classes at Williamson High School. The Entrepreneurship Academy was developed with five real-world pathways and provided a robust curriculum designed to prepare students for financial success. Financial literacy consisted of two major components, personal and business finance. Personal finance taught principles of the Dave Ramsey curriculum, Foundations in Personal Finance. This course allowed students to become financially literate by focusing on important concepts associated with basic financial principles, such as budgeting and banking. Through a partnership with the University of South Alabama’s Mitchell College of Business and the “Build a Bridge” program, business finance was also offered. Upon course completion, students wrote and developed a business plan. The financial literacy program at Williamson High School created a viable path to economic stability by offering students the opportunity to learn personal and professional life skills vital to achieving success during their high school matriculation and post-secondary endeavors.

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