Academy of Finance

Academy of Finance LogoAt the Elmira High School Academy of Finance (AOF), we engage students by using Business and Finance as a lens through which everyday problems are analyzed, approached and solved. Students learn how to think as professionals and rediscover the wonder and joy of learning.

The Elmira High School AOF began in the Fall of 2017. AOF enrollment is open to every student. To remain active in the AOF, students must meet certain academic and behavioral requirements. Students can obtain an AOF application through their School Counselor or Business Teacher.

Students are supported to meet the AOF requirements through one-on-one mentoring with business teachers, other high school staff and local business professionals.

Review the Full Student/Parent Presentation and learn more about this exciting opportunity for students.

2022 Parent Recruitment Letter
2022 Academy of Finance Brochure
2022 Student Application

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Elmira High School | Academy of Finance 2022-23 Advisory Board Members

Pam Burns, Chemung Canal Trust Company
Alison Devita, Chemung Canal Trust Company
Molly Duffy, Elmira City School District
Benita Eldridge, Elmira City School District
Justin Faulkner, Chemung Canal Trust Company
Skyler Harwood, Corning Credit Union
Colton Herrington, H & H Associates
Jay Hillman, Elmira City School District
Laura Johnson, Elmira City School District
Hannah Qualey, SERVU Federal Credit Union
Christopher Reger, Elmira City School District
Emily Simon, Corning Incorporated
Stacy Ward, Elmira Savings Bank
Matthew Sharpe, Cameron Manufacturing and Design

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