Finance Academy


The Finance Academy introduces students to the process that is involved in the importance of keeping accurate records and figuring prices, profit, discounts, loss etc. in the business world.  Students will explore the world of accounting including recording, summarizing and reporting, principles of income measurement and asset valuation, and accounting systems and control.

Students will also explore the world of personal finance including the understanding and skills in money management, budgeting, financial goal attainment, using credit, insurance, investments, taxation, and overall helping students become financially responsible, conscientious members of society.

Possible Careers

  • Accountant
  • CPA
  • Auditing clerk
  • Budget and financial analysts
  • Financial examiner
  • Financial manager
  • Tax examiner
  • Executive
  • Financial planner and consultant
  • Credit analyst
  • Insurance agent or broker
  • Investment banker
  • Actuarial Science
  • Stock broker

Finance Instructors:

Mr. Kelly Krueger, Mr. Mike Sunderman


Freshman: Accounting I (required Introduction course for academy)
Sophomore: * Business & Personal Finance (required Intermediate course for academy)
Junior: Practical Communications (recommended contextualized course for academy)
Senior: * Accounting II (required Capstone course for academy)

* Dual Credit Courses (Northeast Community College

Career Student Organizations





Business Administration Academy Partners

  • Northeast Community College
  • Norfolk Chamber of Commerce
  • AgriCity
  • Bank First
  • Elkhorn Valley Bank
  • Faith Regional Health Services
  • First National Bank
  • US Bank
  • Sherwood Foundation
  • Rudy Elis Foundation
  • Scott Foundation