[North Carolina] “Franklinton students learn valuable business skills”
Axis Enterprise of Franklinton High School in Franklinton, NC recently received news coverage in the North Carolina-based The Wake Weekly.
From the article:
“‘This is an amazing program and it gives you so much insight on how a business works inside and out,’ said Senior Jasmine Baskett, the company Chief Executive Officer. ‘Even with the introduction to Life Strikes, Virtual Enterprise gives you a whole new outlook on life itself, with personal budgets and life problems. I know that this program has a lot to offer to its students. This program has literally changed my life.’
‘Axis Enterprise is a truly unique class unlike any other,’ senior Joshua Mayton, the Chief Operating Officer commented. ‘This class allows the students to learn from their choices as opposed to being lectured. Even if a student has no intention of entering business, the class teaches real world skills necessary in everyday life. ‘I believe that taking this class has made me better in taking charge, financial obligations, and overall responsibility.’
‘Axis has prepared me for opportunities that I would have never taken two years ago,’ senior Alexus Coles, vice president of marketing, commented. ‘My life is surrounded by fortuity and great measures. As I take my future in my hands, I have Axis’ great teachings revolving around me.'”
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