Right to left, sophmores Maranda Ruble, Theresa  Tran and Cheyenne Wright calculate the cost of a car Wednesday morning  during Hilton Head Island High School's Reality Store program. Students  were given a yearly salary based on their GPA and sent to different  stations to purchase health insurance, living expenses and more.  "They're making me go bankrupt," said Wright.
Right to left, sophmores Maranda Ruble, Theresa Tran and Cheyenne Wright calculate the cost of a car Wednesday morning during Hilton Head Island High School's Reality Store program. Students were given a yearly salary based on their GPA and sent to different stations to purchase health insurance, living expenses and more. "They're making me go bankrupt," said Wright. Sarah Welliver, The Island Packet
Right to left, sophmores Maranda Ruble, Theresa Tran and Cheyenne Wright calculate the cost of a car Wednesday morning during Hilton Head Island High School's Reality Store program. Students were given a yearly salary based on their GPA and sent to different stations to purchase health insurance, living expenses and more. "They're making me go bankrupt," said Wright. Sarah Welliver, The Island Packet

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