• Would you like college credit for taking high school with tremendous savings over paying full cost? The CHS Business Department has 5 courses available to CHS students and for a small fee students get Middlesex Community College credit that can then be transferred into many other colleges, Try any of the following:

    Dual Enrollment Courses:

    • Accounting
    • Marketing
    • Management
    • Business Career Pathways
    • Google Advanced Apps

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    Moneysmart is our valuable personal financial literacy course where students learn about student loans; the Stock Markets; debit vs. credit cards; applying for an auto loan; the importance of savings and budgeting among many other topics.

    New courses are coming in 2021: 

    Computer Applications/Microsoft Office Certification  

    Watch this site before Pre-registration because more courses are being developed now.

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    Join the afterschool DECA team which competes regionally and nationally on all business topic areas. 

    Qualify for the Business Honor Society and add that to your college applications!

    Work in the LionsLocker store which we are currently redesigning to work virtually.  

    There are so many opportunities for students to learn about the corporate world and how it functions through simulations and authentic projects!

     Join Us

     Students will thrive in the Business Department and we encourage them to participate in DECA and Lions Locker School Store as they gain valuable skills.

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  • CHS Business Department teachers Andy Shupe and Rob Russo offered students the opportunity to choose a career and then using the monthly salary choose from a multitude of basic and discretionary expenses. The student goal was to recognize the magnitude of expenses such as housing, food, transportation, student loans, savings, cell phone and cable/internet bills.  By choosing from basic, medium and premium level of services, students calculated cost of living then determined what discretionary items they could access such as travel, owning a pet etc. Students found the exercise an eye-opening introduction to living expenses when entering their career.

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  • Dr. Marilyn Sweeney

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Dr. Marilyn Sweeney
    Business Development Coordinator
    Phone:  978-251-5111
    sweeneym@chelmsford.k12.ma.us