Hamilton students earn Microsoft certification

More than 70 Hamilton High School students in Toni Hillmann and Brenda Savic’s first semester Computer Application courses completed rigorous technical training and earned Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification.H-for-web

Students completed the “Productivity” strand of the Microsoft Imagine Academy program which includes the opportunity to take exams in Word, Excel and PowerPoint. The following students received MOS in all three areas:

Justine Ackaouy
Nicholas Backus
Theresa Barthel
Benjamin Berlinski
Isabella Bins
Nicholas Bongard
Cora Brooks
Dax Brown
Hayden Brown
Julia Bruch
Brayden Buchholz
Margaret Burg
Hailey Conner
Harper Deeken
Blake Demlang
Davidmichael Diedrick
Kayce Dirnbauer
Devin Eckert
Joseph Endries
Peyton Esson
Kevin Fox
Zachary Frank
Jordan Fryda
Lauren Gilmartin
Alvaro Gomez
Jacob Gouin
Jackson Grimm
Korina Haveman
Evan Hermann
Acoya Hotchkiss
Brianna House
Mackenzie Irene
Kayla Johnson
Srikar Kalapala
Jasleen Kaur
Paige Klebba
Natalie Knollenberg
Nathaniel Kollath
Madelyn Kopcha
Grace Laedtke
Sabrina Last
Dylan Lichty
Michael Lor
Michael Maher
Jessica Massaba
Zachary Mattes
Victoria Meyer
Sierra Morgano
Daniel Nakhla
Scotland Nicholson
Kayla Olson
Ethan Paccagnella
Ryan Pfeifer
Abbie Pulvermacher
Lukas Rehfeld
Harper Rhoades
Brayden Rotolo
Jacob Saunders
Katie Scaffidi
Cody Schlafer
Koryna Schmidt
Ethan Schmitz
Logan Schrimpf
Zoe Schultz
Gavin Schroeder
Maeve Schummer
Jacob Ullrick
Joseph Venn
Kai Warden
Katelyn Wilcox
Ethan Wolfinger
Favee Xiong

Microsoft Imagine Academy is a nationwide program that allows schools to offer fundamental technology skills training and rigorous technical courses for students who are interested in pursuing a career in information technology after graduation.