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Hamilton students earn Microsoft certification

Since the Microsoft Imagine Academy program’s inception six years ago, students in Hamilton High School’s “Computer Applications” course gained top state rankings. Students in Toni Hillmann and Brenda Savic’s first semester “Computer Applications” courses completed the productivity strand of the program which includes the opportunity to take three Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Certification exams in Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

Three students earned a perfect score on the PowerPoint professional exam. They are:

  • Parker Thomsen
  • Tyler Vergin
  • Olivia Verhaalen

A total of 35 students received MOS certification in all three professional exam areas.

  • Zachary Benson
  • Noah Bestor
  • Maya Bynan
  • Vastavi Choudhari
  • Jared David
  • Miguel Estrada
  • Lexiana Frea
  • Grace Hade
  • Jordyn Harris
  • Holly Hawthorne
  • Aubrey Hicks
  • Cooper Knuf
  • Lucas Krause
  • Nathan Kremel
  • Landon Lee
  • Amelia Luebke
  • Alanna MacDougall
  • Alvin Mata
  • Quinn Neese
  • Kaden Ostler
  • Arshia Parashar
  • Andrew Poelzer
  • Ethan Rotolo
  • Reed Schaumberg
  • Allison Seiler
  • Andrew Steele
  • William Stendler
  • Bella Taormina
  • Brooke Tlachac
  • Sydney Vande Hei
  • Matthew VanHoof
  • Tyler Vergin
  • Olivia Verhaalen
  • Paige VonAsten
  • Brady York

Microsoft Imagine Academy is a complete technology education solution connecting staff, teachers, students, employers and local communities through leading-edge technology skills development that lead to industry standard certifications.