So you think you can…win Personal Finance Decathlon?

6736154311_9a0a3a44ba_bHappy Financial Literacy Month from MCEE! Throughout the month, we’ll be sharing financial literacy information, tips, and articles across our social media channels. We’ll also highlight some of our financial literacy events.

One of those events – the Minnesota Personal Finance Decathlon – is less than two weeks away, on April 14! At the Decathlon, 12 teams of high school students from across the state will test their financial literacy knowledge through a series of tests and quiz bowl competitions. We’re excited to see who comes out on top this year!

Congratulations to the following schools that have qualified teams for the State Finals!

  • Albany High School
  • Armstrong High School
  • Cloquet High School
  • Eden Prairie High School
  • Lake Crystal Wellcome Memorial Secondary School
  • Little Falls Community High School
  • Mounds View High School
  • Roseau High School
  • Valley View Middle School

Think you have what it takes to compete with Minnesota’s best and brightest? Take the quiz below to test your financial literacy knowledge!

(photo by 401(K) 2013)



About Minnesota Council on Economic Education

The mission of the Minnesota Council (MCEE) is to provide Minnesotans with the economic and financial understanding they need to function effectively in a complex, global environment. MCEE accomplishes this mission by developing and conducting teacher and community education programs, as well as student competitions.
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