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Financial & Economic Literacy

Maryknoll High School Curriculum


As Hawaii’s largest private Catholic school with more than 90 years of academic excellence, we empower students to customize their college prep pathway through our diverse, project-based and passion-driven classes, clubs and teams. In keeping with our
Philosophy of Education, students are welcomed into a small school setting where personal development and scholastic achievement are emphasized equally.

THE SEVEN CHARACTERISTICS OF MARYKNOLL GRADUATES

These seven characteristics represent the foundation of what is provided by a Maryknoll Education to students.




7. FINANCIAL & ECONOMIC LITERACY

Maryknoll students gain the mathematics and economic skills to understand personal finances as well as regional, national and global economic trends. They learn the principles to create their own financial future and navigate the opportunities and challenges of globalization.

  • Beginning with the class of 2020, all Maryknoll students are required to take a financial literacy elective course to fulfill graduation requirements. Courses that count toward this requirement include:
    • Advanced Algebra
    • Accounting
    • Introduction to Entrepreneurship
    • Personal Finance
    • Economics
    • AP Economics

  • Students who are particularly interested in finance and economics may consider pursuing the Maryknoll Exceptional Scholar Certificate in Business. Courses required to earn this Certificate include:
    • Introduction to Entrepreneurship
    • Introduction to Business
    • Marketing
    • Senior Capstone Seminar in Business




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CONTACT

Phone: (808) 952-7200
Email: highschool@maryknollschool.org
1526 Alexander St.
Honolulu, HI 96822
Tel: 808.952.8400