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Hamilton students earn Microsoft certification

Hamilton freshman James Strasburg achieved a perfect score on the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification Excel exam. Strasburg will go on to compete June 17-19 at the 2019 MOS U.S. National Championship in Orlando. This is the second consecutive year Hamilton has participated in national competition.HHS-sign-Home-Of-Chargers

More than 20 Hamilton High School students in Toni Hillmann’s second semester Computer Application course completed rigorous technical training and earned MOS certification. Students completed the “Productivity” strand of the Microsoft Imagine Academy program which includes the opportunity to take exams in Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

The follow students received MOS in all three areas: Cameron Aron, Andrew Blann, Aidan Cluka-Foy, Lauren Dankert, Christian Dockery, Aidan Enneking, Isaiah Fuhriman, Samuel Gritzmacher, Morgan Heinzelman, Kayden Hersback, Jakob Juedes, Abigale Lemke, Grace Losey, Mackenzie Prodoehl, Mia Rogowski, Baljinder Singh, Ryan Spencer, Meleena Torres, Connor Wilcox, Hailey Woolf, Noah Zahrt and Kayla Zsakovics.

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.