High School

As your high school students journey towards adulthood, they can dig deeper into concepts such as using credit wisely and making major financial decisions. Within the eight units, you will find:

  • Self-paced modules
  • Classroom activities
  • Family connections
  • Relevant resource links
  • Educator guides

Educator Program Guide

Unit 1

Being Financially Responsible

Learn about managing money wisely. These resources will help your students build a strong foundation for a financially responsible future.

  • 2 Classroom Activities
  • 1 Family Connection
  • 3 Self-paced Modules
  • Relevent Resource Links

Explore Unit 1 : Being Financially Responsible

Unit 2

Using Financial Services

Your students will be choosing from a growing number of services offered by banks and other financial institutions. These resources will help your students safely and efficiently achieve financial goals.

  • 1 Classroom Activity
  • 1 Family Connection
  • 2 Self-paced Modules
  • Relevent Resource Links

Explore Unit 2 : Using Financial Services

Unit 3

Financing Your Future

For many young people, the path to higher education can be daunting with multiple deadlines to meet and forms to complete. Use these tools to help your students map out the journey and navigate further education financing options.

  • 1 Classroom Activity
  • 1 Family Connection
  • 3 Self-paced Modules
  • Relevent Resource Links

Explore Unit 3 : Financing Your Future

Unit 4

Getting Paid

Following one’s passions can result in getting a dream job, but what other factors do your students need to consider? This unit will provide students with the tools they’ll need to navigate the working world—both before and after they’ve landed that perfect position.

  • 2 Classroom Activities
  • 1 Family Connection
  • 3 Self-paced Modules
  • Relevent Resource Links

Explore Unit 4 : Getting Paid

Unit 5

Paying Yourself First

Once young people start earning money, they may have difficulty determining how to allocate it. This unit will provide your students with the tools for saving money, setting saving goals, and growing savings through interest.

  • 2 Classroom Activities
  • 1 Family Connection
  • 3 Self-paced Modules
  • Relevent Resource Links

Explore Unit 5 : Paying Yourself First

Unit 6

Using Credit Wisely

Credit cards can be an essential tool for borrowing money and managing debt. Introduce your students to using credit cards, understanding credit scores, and managing debt.

  • 2 Classroom Activities
  • 1 Family Connection
  • 3 Self-paced Modules
  • Relevent Resource Links

Explore Unit 6 : Using Credit Wisely

Unit 7

Making Major Financial Decisions

From paying for, or financing, major purchases to choosing an insurance plan, your students will face many important choices. Use these resources to teach your students how to make informed choices when making major financial decisions.

  • 2 Classroom Activities
  • 1 Family Connection
  • 3 Self-paced Modules
  • Relevent Resource Links

Explore Unit 7 : Making Major Financial Decisions

Unit 8

Growing and Protecting Your Finances

Once young people have established a financial base, safeguarding their money is key to financial stability. Give your students the tools to know how to invest responsibly to grow and protect their finances.

  • 2 Classroom Activities
  • 1 Family Connection
  • 3 Self-paced Modules
  • Relevent Resource Links

Explore Unit 8 : Growing and Protecting Your Finances