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24 Cudahy Personal Finance Students Earn National Recognition

Cudahy High School, Awards

The Business Education Department is pleased to announce that 24 Cudahy High School students placed among the top scorers in the United States Treasury Department’s National Financial Capability Challenge. The National Financial Capability Challenge is an awards program designed to assess and recognize the financial knowledge of high school students. It consists of an online standardized test that allows students to demonstrate their financial knowledge.

More than 76,000 students nationwide participated in the challenge. A total of 81 students in Mr. Kevin Jones’s Personal Finance course participated. Of those 81 students, 30 percent, or 24 students, completed tests in the top 20th percentile. Congratulations to these award-winning students:

Tenin Berte, junior
Melissa Nadeau, senior
Jessica Chavarin, junior
Nathan Peter, junior
Kurt Dang, junior
Cheyenne Piotrowski, junior
Jessica Galaska, junior
Zachary Plachinski, junior
Erik Gonzalez, junior
Jaci Radosta, senior
James Hellmich, senior
Marcelino Ramirez, junior
Alexandra Jackson, junior
Matthew Richardson, junior
Derric Junakin, senior
Mehmet Stermolli, junior
Emily Junger, junior
Alex Studzinski, junior
Erynn Kelly, junior
Aaron Vytlacil, junior
Sarah Kepper, junior
Willie Wagner, senior
William Malicki, junior
Taby Warren, junior

“In addition to these 24 students, we had 20 other students who were just one, two, or three correct questions away from also scoring in the top 20th percentile,” said Jones. “Our students, collectively, scored above the national average of all the students who took the test.”

Congratulations to all of the students who participated!

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