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VHS Students Earn Computer Certification
Thursday, 02 May 2013

May 2-- Fifteen Vidalia High School students have earned their Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) industry certification in Word 2010. 

The MOS exam is the only performance-based certification that validates the skills needed to get the most out of Microsoft Office.  Earning a MOS certification can give students an advantage in today's competitive job market and expand their employment opportunities. 

Business and Computer Science teachers, Mrs. Gloria Helms and Mrs. Donna Collins are proud of their students and the 100% passing rate of the class.  

ImageFront:  Brent Miller, Allison Edenfield, Dana Roberts, Bruce Honaker, Jordan Robins, Taylor Robins, Brendan Carroll.

Back:  Travis Turner, J.D. Mitchell, Trace Calloway, Kadarius Massey, Raheem Turner, Austin Smith, David Roberts and Daniel Morrison.  


 
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