Baker 7th-Graders Win Stock Market Game

Seventh-grade Mathematics students at the Baker School participated in The Stock Market Game, a nationwide project-based financial education program that introduces students to global capital markets through an online market simulation platform. Each student was provided with an online portfolio which allowed them to trade stocks, mutual funds, and bonds.


The year-long competition for Massachusetts ended last month, with two Baker students finishing in the first and second place. Vada Eng bagged the first place with a 40.56% net equity gain, and Adam Tong finished second with a 36.93% net equity gain.


A shout out to Dylan Rossi, Mathematics teacher at the Baker School, who enrolled his students in The Stock Market Game.


Adam Tong (left) and Vada Eng (right).