Gwinn Business Admin, Mgt/Ops (BAMO)

BAMO / Digital Design and Advanced Digital Design Applications

Class location

Gwinn High School
50 M-35
Gwinn, MI 49841

Instructors: Kimberly Soyring

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Career Focus

Prepared for immediate employment, advanced certifications, and further education


Gwinn High School provides a robust selection of business and technology programs, both at the micro and macro levels of business education. With an emphasis on both technical and employability skills, students who enroll in these classes will be well prepared for the rigors of similar college programs and careers in business.

The business class features business simulations and real-world applications and covers everything from business basics and being a savvy consumer to the development of actual entrepreneurial business plans. Students are exposed to everything from basic word processing, Microsoft Office applications and Google Apps to advanced web design, interactive graphics and media production.

Business and technology courses should be part of the curriculum for every high school student, helping young adults manage their own financial affairs and make intelligent consumer and business-related choices in the global marketplace.

This class is typically available to students in grades 10-12.


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“This class is really going to help me in the future!”

Heidi E., Gwinn HS
Digital Design Student

“We’ve gotten a lot of new technology, so that’s pretty cool!”

Heidi E., Gwinn HS
Digital Design Student

“Students can earn credit in science, math, art and foreign language because, Not only do we teach technical skills we teach content from a core area.”

Kimberly Soyring, Gwinn HS
Kimberly Soyring

How to Get Started

High School Credit

Students should inquire within their guidance office about high school curriculum requirements that may be satisfied through a CTE class, as this is determined individually by school district.

College Credit

College credit(s) possible (CLEP Test required)

  • Students have the potential of earning college credits by achieving satisfactory scores on the College Level Examination Program exam (CLEP)
  • Each college reserves the right to set its own credit-granting policy
  • Contact your college(s) to find out the score it requires to grant credit, the number of credit hours granted, and the course(s) that can be bypassed with a satisfactory score

National College Credit Recommendation (Test required)

  • Students have the potential of earning college credits by scoring 70% or better on the National Occupational Competency Testing Institute (NOCTI) assessment for General Management
  • Test is administered in the classroom during mid-spring semester to students at the end of their Finance and/or Business programs
  • Over 1,500 colleges and universities accept NOCTI credit recommendations

Industry Certification

Industry-recognized Certification (Test required)

*Credentials are nationally recognized, portable and stackable, which means students have the option of attaining more advanced credentials in the future

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What to do next?

Instructors: Kimberly Soyring

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