Watch Video from 2019 National Personal Finance Challenge:
- Register online at https://financechallenge.unl.edu
- Teachers will be able to log in and view all individual student scores immediately after students test! Students now see the scores immediately.
- Student may compete in the preliminary online competition in the Fall semester or Spring semester now. Student may only be on one team and compete in only one semester, not both.
- Kansas High School Champions will represent Kansas at the National Personal Finance Challenge. For 2019 it will be held in Lincoln, NE.
Attention Middle & High School Teachers!
Do you teach personal finance? Is personal finance integrated into your class materials? Build enthusiasm with your students through the Personal Finance Challenge.
About the Kansas Personal Finance Challenge:
The Personal Finance Challenge is an engaging competition for students learning about personal finance in the classroom. Working as individuals and on teams, students will be tested on their knowledge of facts and terms relating to finances. Saving & Financial Investing, Protecting and Insuring, Buying Goods & Services, and Income & Money Management are the topics for each round. High scoring teams from the preliminary rounds will be invited to compete at the in-person state competition in the spring.
The Personal Finance Challenge is open to middle school (grades 6-8) and high school (grades 9-12) students.
This a great program to start with – easy to sign up and easy to play!
Find out dates and register online:
Online Personal Finance Challenge!
Register first as a coach so we can communicate with you.
Teams can be setup right before testing in case of illness/absence.
***NO COST TO KANSAS SCHOOLS***
- Teachers may have teams in one or both semesters.
- Teacher may register multiple teams of 3-5 students per team.
- A student may participate on only one team and only during one semester.
- Top schools from each semester will be invited to state in-person.
- Kansas high school champions receive a trip to the National Personal Finance Challenge.
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