Business Programs in public schools

“Shark tank”- style at alamo heights isd

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​Rivard Report Article:  (an excerpt) “Alamo Heights High School students will vie for $10,000 – and bragging rights – in a “Shark Tank” style competition that will take them through the group process of becoming a startup. The 130 junior and senior students are participating in the year-long Heights Business Incubator, an elective course that leads students from the idea phase to the development phase and through to pitching the product for their new business. The winners will receive $10,000 to fund their entrepreneurial venture.”
For the full article, go here.  Photo: Bonnie Arbittier/Rivard Report.  Mckenzie Hervey (center) speaks about her group’s business plan.