A quick intro to marketing lesson was learned by the HHS business economics class last week.

One day, they conducted an unannounced snack sale between third and fourth periods. Several days later, they advertised that a snack sale would be held the next day to see the difference in results after promoting the sale.

The project was part of a hands-on learning approach in a curriculum called High School of Business.


HHS business economics students

MBA Research in Columbus, Ohio, developed the High School of Business concept eight years ago, and its popularity is quickly spreading nationwide.

The Holyoke Enterprise, January 15, 2015, read full article.