High school students designing websites for real-world clients

    The pressure’s on for students at Wildwood High School in New Jersey. Not only will students be graded, but they’re designing websites for real-world clients looking to boost business.

    The teenagers are working with owners of small businesses like fitness clubs, food retailers and entertainers, the Press of Atlantic City reports. Students will create site plans for the business owners and vote on each other’s work to determine which to present to the clients.

    Designs that are chosen by clients to be used as the businesses’ websites will get bonus points. Really, that alone can’t get you an A?

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