Consumer Math Curriculum

Consumer Math is a two part (semester) course lasting a total of 40 weeks. These classes are designed to fulfill general math credit for high school students. The focus is on applying math skills to real world situations, not the mechanics of how to do the math.

The course outline and daily lesson are arranged in an easy to use format.

Semester 1
Personal Finance (20 weeks)
Semester 2
Business Finance (20 weeks)
Students learn about math by applying the principles being taught in real life. Success means you stay out of debt. The richest person gets an “A”. Topics include: How do I get a job? How much money am I worth? How do I pay my bills?

Students will build on and expand the personal finance lessons. Topics include: How many employees do I need? What are my profits? How do I do my taxes? The Business Finance course will take the student through these basic questions that each small business owner needs to answer.

Access the Online Bank

Manage student balances, create paychecks, and generate bills.

  • Check out the Software Tutorial for help in changing bills and keeping track of your account balance.

There is nothing to install; the software is web based and works with nearly all web enabled devices including pads, notebooks, or phones. Designed with the teacher in mind, it provides an easy way to generate paychecks, bills, and keep track of how much money the student has. Although designed to work hand in hand with the curriculum, many teachers and home schools have used this software with a variety of subjects.