Online Learning & Stock Market Challenge

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Lycoming County

All Lycoming County schools are invited to participate in the elementary, middle, or high school competitions.

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Current Game Dates

Fall - October 12th - December 18th, 2020 

Spring - February 15th - April 23rd, 2021

Start making trades immediately and the game will reset the Friday before the competition starts, after the market closes at 5 pm, and all trades will then go into the new game that begins at 9:30 am, the opening of the market, on the first day of the competition.

In the Fall, we have a statewide competition for all divisions

In the Spring, we celebrate with extra special local/county middle and high school competitions. 

Prizes per County*

First Place - $100 - top game, $25 teacher

Second Place - $50 game, $20 teacher

Third Place - $30 game, $15 teacher

*Must be active games, no cash only portfolios​

Overall Prizes:​

  • Top three middle & high schools per county

  • There are statewide prizes too!

Interested in joining the competition? 

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Rankings - Celebrating the Past -Spring 2020
Special funding for our programs has been made available for Lycoming County Schools thanks to the following sponsors:

Our sponsored stock market competition offers players in grades 3-12 the opportunity to manage a hypothetical $100,000 portfolio by investing in stocks chosen from the USA markets: American, New York and NASDAQ exchanges. The competition teaches students about investing and encourages financial literacy through hands-on activities in the classroom. For more information on our partnership with these sponsors, click to view the full press release.

Sponsored Schools

 The schools invited to participate are Williamsport, South Williamsport, Muncy, Jersey Shore, East Lycoming, Montgomery, Loyalsock, & St. John Neumann Academy along with private & cyber schools in the county.     

Award Ceremony

If possible, a virtual or in person celebration will be held in May to honor the schools, teachers, and their students.  They will be honored by bank executives and PennCFL staff. 

Montgomery High School Students:  Rhyle Strausbaugh, Brayden Strouse, Brennan Bailey, Gage Yohn, Woodlands Bank, Sara Kropp Marketing Officer and Teacher, Ryan Monoski

If you are ready to create a sponsorship relationship which exceeds your goals and gives you the chance to become a part of our growing, passionate organization, contact us at CShirk@penncfl.org or call 570-975-5149.

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