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North Tonawanda's Academy of Business and Finance

This four-year program offers students the opportunity to take an enhanced curriculum that provides practical business and financial knowledge, challenging coursework and on-the-job experiences. The Academy is a  "school within a school" where graduating students would be eligible for an entry-level financial position or be equipped to successfully complete a university or college degree program.
 
The advantage of this program is three-fold:  knowledge, experience and college credit.

Knowledge: Academy students gain 
a solid business and financial education, an understanding of sound business practices and corporate workplace etiquette standards.

Experience: Academy students take part in a paid internship to build practical on-the-job experiences in the business and financial industry.

College Credit: Several of the courses in the academy program are available for college credit with a small fee. The ability to offer these programs helps to defray the cost of college. Also, there are several colleges that work with NAF to give college credit JUST for completing the academy program!  Follow this link to find out more information.
http://naf.org/college-resources


This combination of knowledge, experience and the ability to earn college credit while still in high school provides Academy graduates a competitive advantage over most other high school graduates.



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with the National Academy Foundation
www.naf.org
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Contact the Academy


Academy Director:
 
Mrs. Laurie Widman
716-807-3610

Mrs. Annette Follendorf
716-807-3600 x1223