The High School Financial Planning Program® (HSFPP) will be retiring on July 31, 2021. Learn more about this decision.

HSFPP Retirement: What You Need to Know

High School Financial Planning Program will be retiring on July 31, 2021. The National Endowment for Financial Education (NEFE) wants to ensure a smooth conclusion to the academic year, so before the program retires, please complete these steps:

  • Download the full HSFPP curriculum. As you select new resources to use with students for the upcoming school year, it may be helpful to have a copy of HSFPP curriculum for reference.

    To download the entire program and all its assets, visit the curriculum download page. Check the box next to “Complete HSFPP Program – Instructor and learning material for all lessons” and click the blue “Download Selected” button. This will download a ZIP file with the complete HSFPP program.

  • Place a final order for printed materials. Free printed student guides are still available to order and will be offered through the rest of this academic year, while supplies last.

  • Stay connected to NEFE. Our work to advance effective financial education through research, insights and engagement will continue even after HSFPP retires. We hope to keep you as part of the NEFE community, so please sign up for NEFE’s newsletter to stay in touch.

  • Update your Google Classroom. If you have assigned individual lesson pages or shared any HSFPP resource articles with students in Google Classroom, make sure to remove the retired materials from your class before the upcoming semester.
  • Visit the resource library. Save any relevant information and tools to your computer.
  • Reach out to students. Encourage your students to log in and download their budgets and any relevant student lessons.

Your account will not be accessible after July 31, so log in soon to take action on the items above. For help with your HSFPP account or other ongoing work in financial education, please contact us.

Thank you for the great work you do in building the financial well-being of students and communities!