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Hamilton students earn Microsoft certification

More than 20 Hamilton High School students in Toni Hillmann’s computer application classes completed rigorous technical training and earned Microsoft Office Specialist certification. The students completed the “Productivity” strand of the Microsoft Imagine Academy program. No other Wisconsin high school has had more students certified than Hamilton.HHS-sign-Home-Of-Chargers

Hamilton began participating this summer in Microsoft Imagine Academy, 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. Microsoft provided a grant that allowed Hamilton to participate in the program.

The following students received Microsoft Office Specialist Certification: Abigail Frick, Alexander Teerlinck, Alexis Zuehlke, Andrew Zeiler, Benjamin Gumina, Cameron Nisenbaum, Cyncere Howard, Erin McCormick, Ethan Milbrath, Haylee Kraker, Jessica Bagley, Jordyn Jeffers, Karlee Hockerman, Kaylee Tringali, Lauren Slavic, Lucas Dallesasse, Nicholas Gierach, Nicholas Klemm, Nicole Downs, Nikhith Sanjay, Peyton Boelk and Sean Seraphine,