Murrieta Valley High School students mean business

Murrieta Valley High School juniors and seniors who participated in this year’s Virtual Enterprise national competition earned several awards. Last year's team is pictured from a trade show in January 2020. Valley News/Courtesy photo
A Virtual Enterprise team from Murrieta Valley High School placed second at the National Business Plan competition. Havlu, led by student CEO Isabella Dadseresht, competed among 310 teams nationwide.Students who are on the Business/Entrepreneur Pathway participate in the Career & Technical Education’s capstone course Virtual Enterprise, an education nonprofit interactive class that allows students to learn about all aspects of running a business. Providing students with the ability to gain business skills and learn how a real business operates is the goal of the program that has been offered at the high school for the past 12 years.Course coordinator Joel Levin, who has been facilitating the student-led program since it began, said many students take the course as a stand-alo
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