The Stock Market Game (SMG) is an online simulation of the global capital markets that engages students grades 4-12 in the world of economics, investing and personal finance and that has prepared students for financially independent futures. Over a 10 week session, The Stock Market Game teaches students the fundamentals of personal finance and investing, while practicing skills in math, economics, social studies and other subjects. Since the SMG is tied directly to the real markets, it provides an excellent framework for discussing the impact of real world events such as business cycles, trade wars and so forth.
There are three games we offer during the school year; a fall competitive game, spring competitive game and a 7 month competitive game. In addition, during the fall and spring we also offer enrichment games.
Elementary School; First, Second and Third Place, Combined team from Hillsboro School District, Teacher, Deb Luther,
Middle School; First place, Combined team from Hillsboro School District, Teacher, Deb Luther; Second place and Third place, Stayton Middle School, Teacher, Wayne Lindsey
High School; First , Second and Third place, Ida B. Wells High School, Teacher Josh Winicki
Year Long 2021 - 22:
Middle School; First place, Oregon Trail Academy, Teacher, Emily Hafer; Second place; Riverdale Elementary School, Teacher, Todd Migchelbrink; Third Place, Clara Brownell Middle School, Teacher, Ian Coyle
High School; First Place; North Salem High School, Teacher, Chris Feskens; Second Place; Molalla High School, Teacher, Nicholas Matteen; Third Place, Wilsonville High School, Teacher, Steve Schramm
Elementrary School; First and Second place, Hayhurst Elementary School, Teacher, Rachel MacDonald; Third place; Combined team from Hillsboro School District, Teacher, Deb Luther
Middle School; First Place, Sand Ridge Charter School, Teacher, Kevin Locke; Second Place, Conestoga Middle School, Teacher, Dana Ruginis; Third place; Sand Ridge Charter School, Teacher, Kevin Locke
High School; First, second and third place Jesuit High School, Teacher Malia Bernards;