Project-Based Business Education
High School of Business™ (HSB) does business like business does business. Teams of students work on real projects, providing an authentic reason for learning. It’s engaging, it’s challenging, and it naturally teaches the 21st century skills necessary for success in college and career now and in the future.
How do cities encourage new businesses to open? Which cell phone service is the best choice? How can a small business use its story to grow business? Should a company manufacture in another country? Students work through real questions like these in each HSB course.
Each course is built around MBA Research’s National Standards for Business Administration, which are based on business practitioner research, as well as academic standards. Course content is accelerated, with outcomes reaching grade 14. College-level learning paves the way for college credit opportunities.
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ETA Camp is a summer bootcamp where ambitious middle and high school students come to accelerate their growth and learn the skills to become the change-makers of tomorrow.
Cumberland campus and Cumberland Regional High School are offering qualifying students the opportunity to enroll in *FREE* college credit Business courses while also being provided college and career readiness support.
The Rutgers Business School offers a Virtual and in-person Summer Camp. In thinking about how to put the camp program together and make it meaningful to the students, we decided to offer 9 sessions, 1.5 hours each, in the months of July and August. The goal is to make the camp an experiential learning opportunity for high school students and allow students to increase their career focus and develop their soft skills.
For more information on the Business Academy at CRHS, please contact Mrs. Fuller at firstname.lastname@example.org