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Bridge Academy

Psalm 32:8

Personal Finance with Business Math

Teachers: Renee Plummer (jnplummer@verizon.net)


Description: Personal Finance is a high school course that teaches students practical and relevant financial skills. They will learn how to handle money God's way by being educated in the four distinct units: saving and budgeting, credit and debt, financial planning and insurance, and income, taxes and giving. This will be accomplished through instructional videos with financial expert, Dave Ramsey, activities, case studies, and assessments. Your student will also learn the importance of tithing, skills of keeping a checkbook, percentages, percentage of profit, buying a car and the costs that come with that privilege, credit and many other exciting and practical topics.


Text: Foundations in Personal Finance For Homeschool High School Edition by Dave Ramsey ($26.99 at http://www.daveramsey.com/store/kids-teens/home-school/foundations-homeschool-student-text/prodFOUHOMESTUTEXT.html)


Copy/Supply fee: $40 (paid to Renee Plummer by 9/6/19)


Tuition fee: $380.00 per year ($38.00 per month for 10 months, August - May)


revised 2/23/19


Renee Plummer

B.A. Business Administration 


Renee graduated from East Tennessee State University in Johnson City, TN with a degree in Business Administration. After working for 7 years in the finance and mortgage industries, she and her husband, Jonathan, were blessed with a daughter. Shortly after her birth, the family relocated from Baton Rouge, LA to Chester, VA where they decided she should be a stay-at-home mom. In 2003, as their daughter began to reach school-age, they felt lead to homeschool and have since continued to do so for both their daughter and son. During this wonderful journey of homeschooling, Renee has participated in many co-ops, including a Latin co-op which she began in her home, which continued for 8 years.