"We would pick something out first that would be the most expensive things, and months later we found out we couldn't get it," she said. "We picked out things to match the colors, so it was difficult because months later we had to choose something from memory."
Fuhriman said she feels equipped for the future if she has to purchase items for her house.
"It's simple life skills, the process of buying things as well, not just choosing what you want, but knowing the pricing for it," she said.
The class is a rigorous course for the students, as they have to leave campus and travel to the construction site pretty much every school day, but the commitment yields great results when they get to welcome people in to see the house.