The RHS student run organization dedicated to financial literacy.

About Us

TeenDollars is Reading High School's online business. The objective of the business for our customers is to provide a platform for financial literacy information useful to teachers and students. The objective of the business for Reading High School students is to provide an avenue for Reading students to participate in a hands-on business simulation that requires the highest order thinking skills.

To learn more about the instructor, Mr. Brian Page, please Click Here.

Personal Finance II has written and will continue to provide articles consistent with the Personal Finance national standards. The objective is for teens to teach fellow teens how to manage the money they have now to make the choices they face everyday. 

Business II has written the Business Plan and will run the business.

Marketing has written the Marketing Plan, create the introductory commercial, and attend to all relative marketing activities.

Many thanks to the numerous business professionals that have provided or are scheduled to provide valuable input via guest speaking in person or through Skype.

Jerry Carstens - Former Vice President of Global Research & Develoment at Proctor & Gamble
John Morris - Current Chief Operating Officer at the University of Cincinnati ECER
Mark Knue - Current Vice-President at Victory Wholesale
Hope Page - Former Accountant & Manager with APL Logistics
Pat O'Brien - Author & Service Provider - 'Making College Count'
Laura Adams - Award Winning Financial Education Author - 'Money Girl'
Rod Griffin - Director of Public Education for Experian
Rich Carmel - District Manager for Western Southern Life
Tom McDonald - FEI Director with the University of Cincinnati ECER
Steven French CFP - Owner, Harvest Financial Resources
Jonathon Papin - Manager, WesBanco
Randy Slovin - Owner & Bankruptcy Attorney, Slovin $Associates

A special thank you to John Morris and the University of Cincinnati ECER for providing numerous professionals from the field that provided financial literacy content.

Do you still have questions? If so, Click Here to email us.

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