Personal Finance is a required half credit for all Tennessee high schools students. The Motlow Personal Money Management course is designed to present areas in the personal or family financial cycle which affect every adult.
Moore County High School students Maddie Fraley, Cheyenne Adams, D’Marcus Schall and Nick Kiser recently passed the Motlow Business 1300 Personal Money Management exam, giving them three hours of college credit. Moore County High School has a dual credit agreement for Personal Finance students acquiring at least a 60 percent mastery on the Motlow Personal Money Management test.
Subject areas include financial and personal records, personal budgeting, financial services, consumer credit, insurance, Social Security, investments, housing, tax management, retirement, and estate planning.