The Kenton High School was one of three Compass Award honorees for the month of November.
The monthly recognition program commends organizations, programs, and individuals across the state who are working to guide Ohioans toward financial literacy and empowerment.
Kenton High School created and implemented a Consumer Math course.
The course helps students fulfill their math requirements for graduation while educating them on various topics related to personal finance.
Topics covered in the curriculum include banking services, credit cards and loans, insurance, investments, and more.
Ohio Treasurer Robert Sprague will present the award during a ceremony scheduled for Friday morning at the school.