W!se Financial Literacy Certification

Working in Support of Education (W!se), a national educational nonprofit, announced the 2021 ranking of its“100 Best W!se High Schools Teaching Personal Finance” during a virtual ceremony sponsored by Voya Financial®.   The “100 Best W!se High Schools Teaching Personal Finance”, in its ninth year, is the first and only national ranking in high school financial education, recognizing excellence in personal finance instruction within W!se’s national network of schools participating in its Financial Literacy Certification program.  Congratulations to Central High School for being named one of these schools. 

The “100 Best” schools participate in W!se’s Financial Literacy Certification program supports personal finance instruction in high schools. Participating schools teach personal finance and administer W!se’s Financial Literacy Certification Test. Students passing the Test become Certified Financially Literate™ (CFL), a nationally recognized credential. Through the program, now offered in 49 states, more than one million students have graduated from high school financially literate. Metrics for the “100 Best” schools ranking includes the average Test score from each school with consideration given to the number of test takers and the socio-economic background of the students at each school. 

For the complete list of this year’s 100 Best schools, click here