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Monday, April 25, 2011

Camas High School Teaching Students That Saving Can Be Fun

Students of Camas High School in Clark County are learning that saving can be both fun and rewarding thanks to the school’s dedication to financial literacy.

The school offers a Financial Fitness class that teaches essential money concepts such as interest rates, the rule of 72, and compound interest. Students say the concepts they have learned in class have opened their eyes.

Camas High also offers a class where students are allowed run an in-school credit union branch.
The Columbian newspaper recently ran a story about Camas High's classes.

To read the full article and learn more about the programs visit: