A trio of Natrona County High students earned a gold certification for their work on the Mustang Market.
The project was one of 391 "school-based enterprises" nationwide to be given a gold-level certification by an international educational nonprofit, according to a press release. The team -- Stephanie Higbee, Violet Wright and Taylor Bundy -- will be honored at an international career development conference in Atlanta.
The Mustang Market has operated for two years, according to the press release. A school-based enterprise is "an entrepreneurial operation in a school setting that provides goods and services to meet the needs of the market."