LOUISVILLE, Ky. (9/22/10)--Class Act FCU has opened a branch inside of a Louisville, Ky., school--the first in Jefferson County. Class Act, of Louisville, opened the branch at Doss High School. A grand opening for the branch was held last week, said The Courier-Journal (Sept. 19). Students and staff can open accounts at the credit union. The branch will be a “hands-on” learning classroom, according to the high school. Students will learn about finance by doing, said Superintendent Sheldon Berman. Eleven students received training to work at the credit union branch, the newspaper said. The credit union has envisioned having an in-school branch for many years, Lynn Huether, Class Act CEO, told the newspaper. Class Act has $141 million in assets.