Murray High School
The General Financial Literacy (GFL) course for juniors and seniors encompasses standards that are essential to the development of basic financial literacy. Students will gain the information and skills to implement a life-long plan for financial success.
Check out the Strands & Standards HERE
For more information, check out the Utah State Board of Education.
The Digital Studies (0.5 credit) requirement for secondary school graduation is intended to advance students from being computer users to being computationally literate creators. To achieve this, Local Education Agencies (LEAs) may choose for students to take one of six approved courses or meet the need of graduation requirements pertaining to Utah State Board of Education (USBE) Rules.
The Digital Studies credit includes competencies associated with the field/discipline of computing, aligned to current trends in technology, provide problem solving, reasoning, communication, and computational thinking.
General Financial Literacy
are supporting programs for all Career & Technical Education programs/courses