Three High Schools Recognized for Personal Finance Programs

School News
April 23, 2019

Three high schools are among the 100 best high schools teaching personal finance as recognized by Working in Support of Education (W!se), an educational nonprofit organization whose mission is to develop the financial literacy of young Americans.  Lake Braddock Secondary, Madison High, and Mountain View High were among the 100 best, indicating that their students earned outstanding scores on W!se’s national standardized Financial Literacy Certification Test.  The 100 Best ranking is the only national ranking in high school financial education.  More information is available online.  Contact the FCPS Office of Communication and Community Relations at 571-423-1200.