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Hamilton students earn Microsoft certification

Hamilton High School students in Toni Hillmann and Brenda Savic’s second semester Computer Application courses completed rigorous technical training and earned Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification. Freshman Ava Zamora earned a perfect score on the PowerPoint exam.

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 certification in all three areas:

Olivia Amstadt
Braden Anders
Lylah Baumann
Jaden Bentrup
Skylar Consiglio
Rebecca Cummings
Wyatt DeVorse
Andrew Eichmann
Samantha Fuhr
Colin Gilmartin
Gavin Hartung
Joshua Hartung
Cody Heisdorf
Jacob Kauffmann
Dylan Knuf
Aidan Konop
Brooke Lathrop
Logan Lewis
Ellison Magurany
Matthew Maher
Mackenzie Mayer
Tyler McCoy
Chase McFarlane
Alexander Meihsner
Benjamin Moser
Abigail Mushrush
Myles Nagler
Peyton Neese
Alexander O’Dell
Kamryn O’Dell
Dylan Patch
Camille Petersons
Owen Rogers
Sean Roubik
Blake Schauer
Hudson Scheiber
Noah Schoenberger
Bernard Schur
Matthew Slavic
Jacob Unger
Kayden Vandermolen
Tyler Verhaalen
Trevor Walczak
Anna Waltz
Margaret Watson
Olivia Westfahl
Keegan Wichman
Jasmine Wilson
Ava Zamora

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.