Consumer Math & Adulting 101 {Blended / Live Class}



This course runs from August 19, 2024 – May 6, 2025.

This one year course will introduce students to the concepts of consumer math. In this course, students will be introduced to a wide range of topics, including securing a job, managing finances, big-ticket purchases, financial planning, and more.  This course is designed to be used as a student’s first introduction to the world of adulting.

Class videos will include teacher-led instruction, facilitated discussions, demonstrated exercises, and an overview of the coming week’s lessons.  Students will also have the opportunity to bounce ideas off each other, discuss the class material, and ask questions.  Additional activities may be suggested to help reinforce the learning, but are not required.  Course lessons are pre-recorded, with weekly, facilitated interaction occurring through a private discussion feed.  Students will be able to digitally show off completed projects as well.

Sparks Academy does provide an official grade for students.  This covers feedback on discussions, projects, worksheets, and online unit quizzes. You may enroll up to two kids from the same household in same class at same time.  The second student is deeply discounted through the Second Student option.

Once you have registered, you will receive an email with further directions. It is IMPORTANT that you watch for that email. it should arrive within 2 days of your registration.  If you do not see the email, please check your spam or junk mail. Feel free to contact us if you do not see an email after 3 business days.  Please add and to your contacts to avoid the email going to your junk mail file.

You can learn more about how the course will work, and other available courses, at Sparks Academy.

Please order your curriculum ahead of time so that your students will have it available for the first day of class.

  • No refunds are offered for this online class.
  • Required curriculum is provided in course materials (no additional fee).  You WILL need a good printer to print all of the course files at the beginning of the school year.