Students are provided with a full array of business courses, experiential learning opportunities, competitions, and projects to build greater business acumen.
The program is designed to give students the opportunity to be at a competitive advantage upon leaving Valor. The menu of the four components will hone their business acumen. Valor will provide the curriculum, access to business professionals and competitive opportunities to allow students to pursue their business passion as far as they wish.
Valor offers a diverse palette of business courses in business, marketing, finance and Dual Credit (DC) Advanced Business Strategies.
Students will be able to engage in a variety of experiences that have a primary purpose of preparing for practical experience at university or career. Participation in DECA (a high school business club), involvement with local businesses, business certifications (i.e. Microsoft) are just a few.
Business students have various leadership opportunities, community service projects and other avenues in which to make a positive difference in the world through business.
Students will design a performance- based project during their senior year to encapsulate their business learning over their time at Valor.
- Introduction to Business (0.5 credit)
- Personal Finance (0.5 credits)
- Additional Business Courses (2.0 credits)
Experiential Units: 8 EUs
Service: 2 Qualifying Activities
Capstone Project: Required
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