Wausa named one of the nation’s best in financial literacy

WAUSA — Wausa Public Schools has earned a spot on the “100 Best W!se High Schools Teaching Personal Finance” national ranking released by Working in Support of Education (w!se), a NYC-based educational not-for-profitfocused on pro-moting student financialliteracy nationwide, and sponsored by Voya Financial®.

This means that students at Wausa Public Schools performed among the highest in the en-tire country on the w!se standardized Financial Literacy CertificationTest.  They earned a fourth place ranking in the small school category and seventh place overall.  The students who earned this award are the Personal Finance seniors from the Class of 2017 and averaged a score of 91%.  This class was also taught as a long distance learning class where one Wynot student was also responsible for earning this award



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