Kansas schools have adopted the Microsoft Imagine Academy and students are getting excited. So excited, in fact, that some students at Rolla High School in Rolla, Kansas spent a Friday night working to get perfect scores on the Microsoft Office Specialist certification exams.
Rolla High School teacher Traci Taylor has awarded 75 certifications to 38 students this year. These three students in particular – Preston Burrows, Kaberlin Hull and Oscar Silva – encouraged each other to achieve perfect scores so they devoted three hours on a Friday night to testing at school. They were each able to achieve a perfect MOS score and plan to compete at the MOS U.S. National Championship in June. Hard work pays off!