A New Class Teaches High School Students Real-World Survival Skills

Fern Creek High School is giving a crash course on how to be an adult called "How To Adult 101."

“The term ‘adulting’ has been a big thing lately,” College Access Resource teacher Sara Wilson-Abell told KWCH12. “And I just kind of took that and ran with it.”

The seniors receive three days filled with real-life learning that include how-to basic household tasks like doing laundry, saving money and planning for retirement. They even bring in bankers to teach the kids about loans on top of State Farm agents who speak about insurance.

Other topics of the course include how to take care of your car and how to cook.

This original article was published by Simplemost.com.

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