Posted Friday, June 22nd, 2018

CONGRATS to Students for First Place Finish in High School Fed Challenge

Five stdents in business attire pose for a photo holding a trophy and signs with #HSFC18.

Students in the Morris County Academy for Finance and International Business recently won first place in the High School Fed Challenge, Maiden Lane Division.

Students in the Morris County Academy for Finance and International Business recently won first place in the High School Fed Challenge, Maiden Lane Division. Congratulations to students Harsh Patel, Suneet Desai, Aditya Parikh, Gauri Kshirsagar, Erin Huber, and Stefanie Conti.

The High School Fed Challenge is a competition designed to bring real-world economics into the classroom. Teams play the role of monetary policymakers by analyzing economic conditions and recommending a course for monetary policy.

Fed Challenge participants develop skills – the ability to think analytically, to make effective presentations, to work as a team, to think on their feet – that are valuable in both their academic and professional careers.

Morris County Academy Students Win Economics Competition

Students offer a 12-minute presentation on the economy and participate in a 13-minute Q&A with the judges. Judges are economists and experts on economics and monetary policy. For more information, visit the High School Fed Challenge website.

The Morris County Vocational School District (www.mcvts.org) provides vocational and enrichment programs that inspire and prepare students to succeed in today’s world and pursue tomorrow’s opportunities. The District offers fourteen full-time, four-year high school Academies and fourteen Share Time programs for high school juniors and seniors. Also available are Continuing Adult Education classes.

For additional information, call the Morris County School of Technology at (973) 627-4600 ext. 277, located on 400 East Main St., Denville.