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High School Students Attain Microsoft Certification

January 10, 2013
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  01/11/10 Ten students in Mr. Feece’s Microsoft Networking Course at Plymouth High School have attained the Microsoft Technology Associate: Networking Fundamentals certification.

These students earned this certification which also gives them the title of Microsoft Certified Professional. Mr. Feece said, “They have all taken the Microsoft 98-366 test and have passed it on their first try over these past couple of weeks. Furthermore, this is the highest percentage of kids that we have ever had taking and passing the certification test in the 12 years of teaching the course.”  He continued, “They are now working toward their second certification which is the Microsoft Technology Associate: Server Administration Fundamentals. They should be ready to take their tests for this cert sometime in April.”

Students from PHS are Cole Anderson, Miguel Baca, Daniel Johnson, Kendall Fosler, Tanner Swartz, and Nolan Wright. Additionally, four students who take the course at PHS but attend other school corporations also completed their certification. Those students are Adrian Chupp and Christopher John Heet of Triton, Tyler Wasick of LaCrosse, and Jonah Heeren of Oregon-Davis. Congratulations to Mr. Feece and his students on their accomplishments.

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