M&T Personal Finance Challenge Bowl
Thirty-eight teams of high & middle school students from schools in Baltimore, Calvert, Charles, Carroll, Harford, Howard, Montgomery, Prince George’s, Queen Anne’s and Baltimore City participated in the annual Personal Finance Challenge in April 2017. The M&T Personal Finance Challenge Bowl is an opportunity for high school & middle school students to demonstrate their personal finance knowledge on topics such as spending, credit, savings, investing, income and money management.
Members of the winning teams received cash prizes sponsored by M&T Bank.
2017 High School Winners
1st Place High School: Applications & Research Lab
Team Members: Kai Archuleta, Alex Larsson, Graham Schuckman, Jonathan Taylor
Advisor: Maddy Halbach
2nd Place High School: LaPlata High
Team Members: James Hume, Douglas Kalmus, Zachary Kozel, Kinsley Tyler
Advisor: Nicole Deavers
County: Charles County
3rd Place High School: Mount Saint Joseph High School
Team Members: Luke Alli, Nick Palacorolla, Trent Rabor, Jordan Woo
Advisor: Julius Prezelski
4th Place High School: Mt Hebron High
Team Members: Luke DeCray, Nick Gordon, Matthew Michaels, Hersh Shah
Advisor: Bernadette Bechta
For registration and information for the 2018 Personal Financial Challenge to be held in April 2018, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
2017 Middle School Winners
1st Place Middle School: Arbutus Middle School
Team Members: Lili Hassaneen, Justin Maddox, Ray Sutton, Jacob Wallman
Advisor: Mike Martin
2nd Place Middle School: Sudlersville Middle School
Team Members: Maddie Blouch, Nathan Olah, Hugh Lesniowski, Andrew Williams
Advisor: David Wilson
County: Queen Anne’s County
For registration and information for the 2018 Personal Financial Challenge, to be held April 2018, contact email@example.com.
Maryland’s Economics Challenge Competition for High School Students
Eighteen teams of high school juniors and seniors from 9 schools in Baltimore, Howard, Montgomery, and Worcester Counties participated in Maryland’s Economics Challenge. Teams of up to four students competed in one of two divisions on such topics as microeconomics, macroeconomics, international economics, and current events.
Maryland’s Economics Challenge Winners
1st Place — David Ricardo Division
River Hill High, Mark Napolitano, Advisor
1st Place — Adam Smith Division
Richard Montgomery High, Douglas McDonald, Advisor
For registration and information for the 2018 Economics Challenge Competition, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.