The Entrepreneurship Pathway can be useful for those interested in a career in planning, organizing, directing and evaluating business functions essential to efficient and productive business operations.

Courses for this pathway include:

  • Introduction to Business & Technology
  • Business Law
  • Entrepreneurship

Students taking the Entrepreneurship Pathway will take the national NOCTI General Management Pathway Assessment based on content covered within the classes.

Students will be given the opportunity to work hands-on in the DHS Balloon Shop while taking the Entrepreneurship class to give them actual work experience.

This is a project-based pathway which utilizes individual work as well as collaborative group work.

Projects may include, but are not limited to:

  • Word documents such as reports, brochures, newsletters, various business letters and a resume, business cards and a business plan
  • Presentations
  • Excel spreadsheets & charts
  • Access databases

Students in the Entrepreneurship pathway are encouraged to participate in the FBLA student organization.