Kentucky high school seniors were given the chance to attend an "adulting conference" this week, in which they learned how to change a tire, how to cook and other basic life skills.
Bullitt Central High School posted a series of photos on social media, showing students learn about personal finances, resumes and other essential skills at the event, which has drawn attention from local and national news outlets.
The school, which is located south of the city limits of Louisville, Kentucky, let students choose to attend three workshops out of 11 total options.
The workshops were held in cooperation with numerous community partners.
“I saw a Facebook post that parents passed around saying they needed a class in high school on taxes and cooking,” organizer Christy Hardin told Louisville's WAVE 3 News.
Check out a report by Fox 47 News below:
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