Roseville Students Face New Personal Finance Requirement

savings, finances, economy and home concept - close up of man counting money at home
savings, finances, economy and home concept – close up of man counting money at home


A new graduation requirement for students in Roseville public schools will teach them budgeting, saving and investing before they graduate.
Woodcreek High senior Bailey Keppel and Kelly Jew were required to take an extra course, or they wouldn’t graduate.
“When it actually came out as a course people seemed to complain about it, like oh we have to do this type of thing,” Keppell said.

The new requirement for Roseville Joint Unified High School District students is a personal finance course, something many students never really think about.
Mike Fisher is an assistant principal at Granite Bay High School with a background in finance. He was called on by the school board to develop a course.
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