Business Education

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    NEW:Course Information for    2022-2023

    What courses can 8th graders sign up for at WOHS for the 2022-2023 school year?Watch this video to find out.


     Read about our state approved Career and Technical Education Programs

    Presentation about Course Offerings in Career Education

      Earn College Credit while in high school. The following courses taken at WOHS offer dual-credit for students. Students receive a transcript from the colleges at the completion of the course.

     Fairleigh Dickinson University:
    Honors College Accounting
    Honors Virtual Enterprise
    Early Childhood and Family Studies 3
    Honors Cyber Security
    Honors Cisco 1 &2
    Rider Univeristy:
    Tomorrow's Teacher
    Hudson  Community College:
    Culinary Arts courses
    There is a fee and minimum grade requirement to earn the credits.
    Contact Supervisor Nancy Mullin for more information:
    New for September 2022: 
    New program: Supply Chain Management (What is it?)
    Learn all about our Honors Virtual Enterprise Program by watchingthis video.

     20-21 Virtual Recap:What's Happening our Classrooms ? Watch this video.


    CEO- ZO
     If you would like to experience this incredible class speak to your school counselor about signing up for next year. See Ms. Mullin or Ms. Frangos for more information. 


    Grades 6-8 Business Education program: Students at Edison Central Six take Computer Applications, Personal Finance, and Coding during their Business Education cycle.  Students in grade 7 at both Liberty and Roosevelt Middle Schools take Computer Applications and Coding Part 2 which provides them with more in-depth Coding projects, Personal Finance and Entrepreneurship. Students in grade 8 focus on Personal Finance during a part of advisory with the Business Education instructors.

    The WOHS Business Education Department provides students with 21st century skills needed to be successful in a global market place. All of our courses prepare students by providing project-based learning experiences in which we infuse the use of industry-standard software applications in state-of–the-art facilities. Most of our courses are part of a sequence of courses recognized by the state as approved Career and Technical Education programs. As such, West Orange High School works closely with university and business partners to ensure our students are receiving the most current information for their particular field of interest. Several courses provide students the opportunity to take industry recognized certification exams which ensure the high-quality of our courses. Students taking any of our Business Education courses will be prepared for success in future endeavors.


Contact Us

  • Ms. Mullin  
    Mrs. Nancy Mullin

    Supervisor of Career Education & Library Science

    West Orange High School
    51 Conforti Ave.
    West Orange, NJ 07052

    Phone: 973-669-5301 x. 20560

Last Modified on January 4, 2022