To prepare you for the real world of work and independence, classroom expectations are set up to teach accountability and to help you achieve your goals. Education increases your potential lifetime earnings, so take advantage of this opportunity to learn something new! 


      Course Content 

    • Introduction to Entrepreneurship 
    • Economics and Finance
    • Marketing
    • Business Management 



    1. Your job requirement is to attend school every day and be rewarded for your work with a good grade. Just like a job in the real world, little effort and responsibility will produce few rewards. Your grade will reflect how seriously you take your job as a student.

    2. Come to class prepared and on time. Be in your seat and prepared to start class when the bell rings.

    3. Use your planner to keep track of assignments. Check the Student Portal regularly for grades and assignment due dates. 

    4. Cell phone etiquette is an important life skill andis alwaysexpected. Therefore, electronic devices are not permitted to be use during instructional time. Goals can be achieved by working hard and staying focused. Personal cell phone use is a distraction to learning and can be disrespectful to those around you. 

    5. Plagiarism and cheating are not acceptable. Stealing someone else’s work will not increase your knowledge and understanding of the topic. 

    6. Most graded work is completed in class and is due at the end of the period; unless it is a multiple-day assignment. If more time is needed to complete an assignment, it is due at the beginning of the next class period to receive full credit. For each day work is submitted late, 10% will be deducted. After five days, zero points will be assigned. Your grade may include assignments, projects, tests, etc.

    7. Absences are not an excuse for incomplete work! It is your responsibility to obtain your missed work as soon as you return to class. Make-up work must be completed within five days.  

    8. If you need assistance, please ask for a pass to come to this room during your study hall or ask a competent classmate for help. 


    Levels of Achievement 

    Grading is based on a point system.  Assigned points for assignments vary with the degree of difficulty and the amount of time working on the assignments. 


    A  90-100% of total points 

    B  80- 89% of total points 

    C  70- 79% of total points 

    D  60- 69% of total points 

    F    0- 59% of total points 


    I recommend that parents and students check the portal regularly to keep updated on grades and assignments. 


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Last Modified on September 15, 2020