Marketing

  • ENTREPRENEUR-SHIP I (BHS)

    Grade Level: 10-12

    Prerequisite: Personal Finance or Principles of Business and Finance

    In this course, students evaluate the concepts of going into business for themselves and working for or operating a small business. Emphasis is on the exploration of feasible ideas of products/services, research procedures, business financing, marketing strategies, and access to resources for starting a small business. Students develop components of a business plan and evaluate startup requirements.

  • VIRTUAL ENTERPRISE I HONORS (FHS)

    Grade Level: 11-12

    Prerequisite: Accounting I or Entrepreneurship I

    In this honors, two credit, yearlong course, a simulated business is set up and operated by students with the guidance of a teacher/facilitator and a business partner.  Virtual Enterprises I allows students to experience all facets of being an employee in a firm in an actual business environment.  Students are involved in every aspect of running a business, including human resources, accounting, product presentation, production, distribution, marketing and sales, and they engage in trade with other trade firms (VEs) around the world.  Students engage in various business activities throughout the year, which create authentic applied learning opportunities through hands-on applications, problem solving, and written and oral communications.  Participation in national and international trade fairs as well as the local and national business plan competitions are key components of the VE program that actualize the world of work, communications, technology and global business.

  • VIRTUAL ENTERPRISE II HONORS (FHS)

    Grade Level: 11-12

    Prerequisite: Virtual Enterprises I

    In this honors, two credit, yearlong course, a simulated business is set up and operated by students with the guidance of a teacher/facilitator and a business partner.  Virtual Enterprises I allows students to experience all facets of being an employee in a firm in an actual business environment.  Students are involved in every aspect of running a business, including human resources, accounting, product presentation, production, distribution, marketing and sales, and they engage in trade with other trade firms (VEs) around the world.  Students engage in various business activities throughout the year, which create authentic applied learning opportunities through hands-on applications, problem solving, and written and oral communications.  Participation in national and international trade fairs as well as the local and national business plan competitions are key components of the VE program that actualize the world of work, communications, technology and global business.