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It’s here! Check out the New IT Academy members-only site!

We’re excited to announce the launch and redesign of our new IT Academy member site! Check it out.

A year’s worth of feedback from our members, and several months of design work, went into this ground-up overhaul to better align the site to the IT Academy public site and, foremost, to meet members’ needs.

If you’re an ITA member, you’ll want to check out the simplified navigation and easy access to program benefits. Streamlined content makes it easier than ever to find the information you’re looking for.

Experience the new site for yourself!

Want another way to easily access your program benefits? Download the new Microsoft IT Academy app for Windows 8.1

Eight Holsten High School Students Earn 27 Certifications

Congratulations to Holsten High School (Damascus, VA) students Austin Fleming, Nick Warbuton, Grayson Blackburn (back row);  Casey Hicks, Brandon Barr, Ashley Rector, and Danielle Barlow (front row) for a truly remarkable achievement: these eight students earned a combined 27 Microsoft Office Specialist certifications this school year!

The ambitious students are sophomores, juniors and seniors enrolled in Computer Information Systems and/or Advanced Computer Information Systems classes, led by Joy Munsey. The earned certifications include MOS Word 2010 (all 8 students), MOS Excel 2010 (7), MOS PowerPoint 2010 (7), MOS Access 2010 (3), and MOS Word Expert 2010 (2).

Great job, guys! Keep up the fantastic work!

We want to hear about your students’ successes, too!

By highlighting your IT Academy accomplishments on the IT Academy blog, you can help lead the way for other members and students around the world. Send a brief summary of your success and any accompanying images or videos—along with your contact information—to the IT Academy team. We look forward to hearing from you!

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Revolutionizing the Classroom One Technology at a Time

Erich-Gutenberg-Vocational School (Germany) has integrated technology into their work-based learning curriculum to bring students deeper skills which are necessary for future success in life and their careers. See how they are revolutionizing the classroom. 


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