Accounting is a competency-based Career & Technical Education program offered at Milford High School & Applied Technology Center. Students who take Accounting I are considered CTE Participants by the NH Department of Education; those who complete Accounting II become Concentrators. Students are eligible to earn Industry-Validated Certificates or Credentials by passing Third-Party exams available to Concentrators. 

Instructor, Corey Laird:

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Mr. Laird has been teaching at MHS since 2014. He holds an AS in Business Management from Northern Essex Community College, a BS in Business Education from SNHU, and an MS in Accounting from Kaplan University. He has taught at Pinkerton and Timberlane, and was formerly a payroll manager and was deployed in the Air National Guard. He's also an adjunct instructor for Manchester Community College and SNHU. He's known since high school that he wanted to be an accounting teacher because of his high school accounting teacher! Mr. Laird is an adviser for the MHS Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) chapter and was named FBLA Adviser of the year in 2017.

What Students are Saying...

"When taking Accounting in High School I found it difficult but rewarding in the end. Sitting in class in college I found myself ahead of those next to me, because of High School. Overall, the business department helped me excel in the college environment, and I am thankful" ~Ben Lopez, Class of 2018
“Accounting is the language of business, and having an understanding of accounting concepts early in one’s life can be beneficial regardless of one’s chosen career path. Accounting is used by professionals in almost every field to organize information and make smart decisions. I highly recommend this class for motivated students who enjoy problem solving. As a college level business student, taking this class in high school set me ahead of my peers and contributed to my success in the classroom and in my search for internships.” ~Maxwell Ughu, Masters of Finance student, Bentley University
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