Business & Technology
Develop the superior business and technology skills you need to succeed in today’s global economy. At AHA, you are invited to pursue principles of advertising, digital design, finance, accounting, banking, investment, and personal finance. As a freshman, you’ll gain an understanding of Microsoft Office applications by working on real-time projects in the Computer Applications course (required). Ultimately, you will build up to college-level accounting and computer programing. Electives enhance tech and research skills and emphasize decision-making, collaboration, and time management strategies.
Many business and technology courses are electives, except for Computer Applications. Ninth graders are required to take one semester of Computer Applications to qualify for graduation from AHA.
Business & Technology Courses
Principles of Business I
Principles of Business II
Principles of Accounting – Honors
Introduction to Creative Coding
Introduction to Computer Science
Computer Science A - Advanced Placement
National Business Honor Society
Student business leaders are invited to join the National Business Honor Society, an official division of the National Business Education Association. NBHS recognizes academic achievement in business education on the secondary level, fosters and recognizes leadership and character, encourages ethical and social growth, and promotes involvement in service learning initiatives.
Juniors and seniors who demonstrate outstanding scholarship, character, leadership, and service may apply. Each applicant must have completed, or be enrolled in, her fourth business course, and must have an average of 90 or above in her business classes and an overall average of 85 or higher. Applicants must be active members of DECA (Distributive Education Clubs of America).