COURSE OF STUDY

Academy of Finance students are expected to participate in AOF-only program offerings: 

 

Mentorships: Sophomore AOF Students are assigned a business mentor who will guide them until graduation.

 

Internships: Paid Internships are available to qualified AOF Junior students during the summer between junior-senior year.

 

Project Portfolios: AOF students create portfolios beginning freshmen year and are encouraged to use their portfolios to showcase their Academy projects during job interviews and college interviews.

Experiential Trips: College and career field trips are provided all four years in the AOF program. These experiences are designed to help students plan their post-secondary goals. 

Workshops & Guest Speakers: AOF provides life skills and business skills workshops during the four-year program. Community partners also serve as guest speakers to provide an enriching experience for students. Partner organizations host annual events.

standard diploma

In Nevada, a standard diploma means the student has successfully completed 22 1/2 credits.

advanced diploma

Fulfill Standard Diploma requirements plus additional 1 1/2 credits and required minimum 3.25 without
Bonus Points GPA.

advanced honors diploma

Fulfill Advanced Diploma requirements and the prescribed Honors AP/IB classes, and 3.25 GPA without Bonus Points and 3.85 GPA with Bonus Points minimum GPA.