Tuesday, April 20, 2004

Stock market game standings


High school composite rankings

Standings as of Friday, April 16:

Portfolio AverageTotal Return (1 week)Total Return (10 weeks)
1Monroe High School$107,856.34-2.2%7.9%
2Seven Hills School$107,848.092.7%7.8%
3Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow$102,452.79-0.3%2.5%
4Amelia High School$100,442.63-1.0%0.4%
5North College Hill High School$100,426.31-1.1%0.4%
6Glen Este High School$99,912.35-0.4%-0.1%
7Elder High School$99,652.660.7%-0.3%
8Fairfield High School$99,458.54-0.2%-0.5%
9Clermont Northeastern High School$99,200.48-0.6%-0.8%
10Sycamore High School$99,001.010.0%-1.0%
11D. Russel Lee Career-Technology Center$98,716.94-0.4%-1.3%
12Lakota Freshman School$98,449.59-0.8%-1.6%
13Mariemont High School$97,963.11-0.6%-2.0%
14Mt. Healthy High School$97,877.362.9%-2.1%
15Peebles High School$97,481.61-1.3%-2.5%
16Finneytown High School$97,227.35-1.1%-2.8%
17Cincinnati Hills Christian Acadmey$96,977.53-1.1%-3.0%
18Springboro High School$95,851.08-2.7%-4.1%
19Withrow Traditional High School$95,827.53-5.2%-4.2%
20Moeller High School$95,568.52-2.8%-4.4%
21Lakota East High School$94,416.18-1.2%-5.6%
22Milford High School $93,829.00-1.4%-6.2%
23Goshen High School$93,228.18-2.5%-6.8%
24Anderson High School$92,815.09-3.8%-7.2%
25Indian Hill High School$92,742.94-5.7%-7.3%
26Ripley-Union-Lewis-Huntington High School$90,482.00-1.6%-9.5%
27Waynesville High School$80,646.66-7.7%-19.4%
28Loveland High School$62,849.40-10.3%-37.2%