For the fourth consecutive year, Malverne High School has been named a Blue Star School by the WISE organization, the company that runs the financial literacy program.
This award is given to schools in which 75 percent or more of the students in the financial literacy program have proven to be financially literate via the financial literacy exam.
“We are truly proud of your students’ accomplishments and are equally proud of the teachers in your schools who helped them become certified financially literate,” Executive Vice President David Anderson said in his letter recognizing the school. “Because of your dedicated and tireless commitment, your students have been given vital knowledge about their personal finances and the tools they need to become financially capable young adults.”
The Blue Star School banner, which will hang in the school’s main lobby, will be presented to the district during the MoneyPower Conference in New York City in November.