Course Description: Grades 10, 11, & 12
- Accounting I
gives the student an overall picture of a basic accounting system, as well as
intensive drill and skill-building in each phase of work of an accountant. Accounting
I increases business vocabulary and develops an understanding of business
organization and procedures. It serves as a sound foundation of further study
in the field of accounting or as an excellent background for business students, office workers, and future business owners. First-year Accounting
presents all phases of elementary accounting principles, payrolls and document
forms commonly used in business transactions. Each type of business transaction
is thoroughly studied through the use of written exercises similar to those met
by a vocational accountant.
- Sophomores and Juniors may apply credit earned in Accounting I to the general
elective graduation requirement.
- Seniors may apply credit earned in Accounting I to the math or
general elective graduation requirement.
- User Fee = $20
Course Assignments and Upcoming Activities