Three State Champions for Dunbar High School

  • Monday, June 13, 2016 2:33 PM
    Message # 4073181
    Anonymous

    Once again, Dunbar High School has produced some amazing talent and because of their exceptionally high scores on the Microsoft Office certification tests three Dunbar High School’s Academy for Technology Excellence students have been named Florida State Champions in Microsoft Office.

    •  Marck Molina (senior) has been named the 2016 MOS Florida State Champion in PowerPoint 2013 and invited to compete in Certiport’s 2016 MOS U.S. National Championship 
    • ·         August Taylor (senior) has been named the 2016 MOS Florida State Champion in Word 2013 and invited to compete in Certiport’s 2016 MOS U.S. National Championship 
    • ·         Bennett Hunter (senior) has been named the 2016 MOS Florida State Champion in Excel 2013 and invited to compete in Certiport’s 2016 MOS U.S. National Championship

    Out of the thousands of Microsoft Office competitors for the State of Florida, Dunbar High School took 3 of the 6 competitive first place spots for the Microsoft Office State competition. A feat they accomplished the previous year, as well. These students will be competing for the National title in Orlando, Florida June 28th-30th in hopes to compete for the World title in August 2016.  

    “It is such a significant testament to our technology programs here at Dunbar High School to continually beat out competitors on the state, national and world level.” said Carl Burnside, Principal. “Each one of these students has demonstrated exceptional competency in the Microsoft Office software but above that they have developed more advanced skills in Microsoft Windows operating systems, server, networking and programming.” 

    Of course, every application category had second and third place competitors. Dunbar student Michael Anthony (senior) took 2nd Place in PowerPoint 2013 and Johan Ruiz (freshman) took 3rd Place in PowerPoint 2013.

    “I am so ecstatic that our technology students have performed so well in these competitions. We really do have the winning formula,” said Denise Spence, IT Programs Manager.

    For more information on Dunbar High School’s Academy for Technology Excellence certification program, contact Denise Spence, 239.461.5322.  

    For more information on other certification programs or the Microsoft Office Worldwide Competition go to www.Certiport.com.

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