Farmington High students earn HTML/CSS certifications

A group of Farmington High School students recently earned Hypertext Markup Language/Cascading Style Sheets (HTML/CSS) certification in the school’s Advanced Web Design class.

Farmington High HTML/CSS students
Pictured from left: Lucas Coon, Griffin Angeliu, Natalie McCue, Luke Javier, Spence Gormely, Brandon Bilson, Anurag Renduchintala, Daniel Stevens, Hemanth Yalamanchili, and Alexander Scott with their newly earned certifications. (Farmington Public Schools)

The 10 students will be able to put the Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) Certification on their resumes; it lets universities, colleges, and prospective employers know they have introductory knowledge and skills required for programming using HTML and CSS.

The new MTAs are: Griffin Angeliu, Brandon Bilson, Lucas Coon, Spence Gormely, Luke Javier, Natalie McCue, Anurag Renduchintala, Alexander Scott, Daniel Stevens, and Hemanth Yalamanchili.

“I would encourage any student who is interested in the IT or business field to take a Web Design course because they will gain knowledge and skills they can use,” Desiree Dial, Farmington High business teacher, said in a press release.