Clear Creek High School students pitch business ideas and products

Clear Creek Courant

A group of local entrepreneurs listened and watched presentations about bug-repellent candles, an automotive service and high-heeled shoes that secretly contain pepper spray at Clear Creek High School as part of the entrepreneurial class.

Each team of high school students had a chance to earn $250 in start-up money if members of  the Board of Advisors who volunteered experience and expertise for the students in the class were impressed.

The Clear Creek School District has partnered with INCubatoredu, a national entrepreneurial program for curriculum guidance. It’s supported by the Schools Foundation and the Daniels Fund, according to Career Connections Coordinator Dacia Kelly.

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