ALC hosted an­nual IT Chal­lenge

Serve Daily - - LIBERTY SHALL BE MAINTAINED - By Richard Dougan

On Mon­day, April 21, the ALC ( Ad­vanced Learn­ing Cen­ter) in Springville hosted its se­cond an­nual IT Chal­lenge.

Stu­dents from all over Utah Val­ley ar­rived to take ex­ams for Microsoft, Adobe, and Test Out cer­ti­fi­ca­tions. These cer­ti­fi­ca­tions are state and na­tion­ally rec­og­nized by govern­ment agen­cies and the busi­ness world.

Stu­dents from the ALC earned over 20 cer­ti­fi­ca­tions in Op­er­at­ing Sys­tem, Net­work­ing, Com­puter Se­cu­rity, Servers, and Com­puter Re­pair and Main­te­nance.

The ALC serves high school- aged stu­dents in grades 10-12 in the Nebo School Dis­trict and of­fers a wide va­ri­ety of ad­vanced learn­ing op­por­tu­ni­ties such as  Ad­vanced  Video  Pro­duc­tion, Health Science  & Pre-Med­i­cal, Pre En­gi­neer­ing, Dig­i­tal  Me­dia, In­for­ma­tion  Tech­nol­ogy, Build­ing  Con­struc­tion, Early  Col­lege cour­ses, and  Com­puter Tech­ni­cian, Tech­ni­cal  Sup­port,& Net­work Sys­tems. Stu­dents, see your school coun­cilor for more info and visit the ALC web­site alc.nebo.edu.

Sub­mit­ted by Richard Dougan

Left to right: Roberto Cortes, Kyle Niel­son, Scott Wheeler, Gabriel Lang, Levi Mad­sen, Michael Elzinga, An­drew Rollins, and Devyn Cyphers

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