Consumer Math

Making mathematics relevant to daily life, this course illustrates how financial concepts relate to everyday lives. The American free-enterprise system is portrayed in a positive light as the student studies such topics as personal budgeting, banking, investing, keeping tax records, and purchasing necessities.

More specifically, students will discover the many costs involved to owning a vehicle and home, going on a vacation, and budgeting for food, clothing, and housing expenses. Students will learn how to maintain bank records, calculate income & property taxes, and in April they will generate multiple tax returns. This excellent real-world math course will show students how to budget their finances for the life beyond their childhood. 

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Section 722-HS-24

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Section 722-AA-24

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SECTION 1

722-01-24

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10:00AM – 10:50AM CT

Mrs. Lee
Suttorp

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Mrs. Lee Suttorp

Mrs. Suttorp teaches Consumer Math, Business Math, and World Geography for FPA. She holds degrees in Computer Technology, Business Management, and Learning and Technology. Her more than 20-year career includes positions such as Assistant Registrar, Christian preschool teacher, homeschool parent, and geography homeschool co-op teacher.

She is a tech-savvy Christian homeschool parent, deeply in love with education, and aims to intrigue and challenge FreedomProject Academy students to explore the world God created.