FINANCE & INVESTMENT CHALLENGE BOWL
The Finance and Investment Challenge Bowl® (FICB) is a financial literacy program for high school students, teaching a wide range of financial literacy topics that align with Wisconsin’s Model Academic Standards for Personal Finance as well as the Jumpstart National Standards. The FICB culminates in a live, college-
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AND THE 2017 FINANCE AND INVESTMENT CHALLENGE BOWL STATE CHAMPION IS…
Monroe High School
Congratulations to Monroe High School for successfully defending its championship by defeating Racine Horlick High School in its first ever trip to the state tournament.
Competition was tough this year as teams kept a wary eye on which of their competitors were advancing and which were falling victim to several juggernauts that had no intention of letting down their guard in pursuit of the championship trophy.
Monroe joins Wilmot Union High School and Glendale’s Nicolet High School as 2-
Rounding out the final four at this year’s competition were Milwaukee Pius XI and Appleton East.
In the consolation title match Madison Memorial defeated Oshkosh North while DC Everest and Appleton Xavier rounded out the four remaining teams.
Congratulations to all the schools and students that made it to the state finals.
Furthermore, the Finance and Investment Challenge Bowl regional tournaments, as well as the state final, would not be possible without the generous support of Manpower Group and the many financial institutions, organizations and volunteers that give of their time and resources to help put on this great learning event.
Thank you, one and all.
Copyright 2017 Asset Builders of America, Inc.
ATTENTION INTERESTED FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS, AREA BUSINESSES AND EDUCATIONAL CONCERNS!
Asset Builders invites the staff at credit unions, banks, and financial firms, and community-
If you’d like to exhibit at any of our statewide Finance & Investment Challenge Bowls we’d love to have you. Your audience will be a wonderful group of high school students, from your surrounding area, who have decided to make their education, including knowledge of personal finance, a top priority.
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