During the 2017-2018 school year, several Conway High School business students achieved Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certifications. MOS certifications are the industry standard certifications for demonstrating proficiency, expertise and skills in Microsoft Office programs. Many employers and colleges desire these certifications when hiring for positions or admitting into a college or program of study. In order to become certified, students must take and successfully complete a timed test in the software for which they are seeking certification. Below are the students and their certifications.

We are extremely proud of their accomplishments!

The following students earned certification(s) in the following area(s):

1. Chris Andrews – Microsoft Excel, Word & PowerPoint

2. Will Applequist – Microsoft Word, Excel & PowerPoint

3. Adrea Avalos – Microsoft Excel, Word & PowerPoint

4. James Choquette – Microsoft Word, Excel & PowerPoint

5. Dawson Hamely – Microsoft Word, Excel & PowerPoint

6. Robbie Purifoy – Microsoft Word, Excel & PowerPoint

7. Elizabeth Sperry – Microsoft Excel, Word & PowerPoint

8. Wyatt Taft – Microsoft Word & PowerPoint

9. Donald Rife – Microsoft Word & PowerPoint

The Arkansas Banker Association, in Accordance with the Standards of the American Bankers Association, awarded the following students credit toward ABA Certificates and Diplomas and certification with the Institute of Certified Bankers. Students tested over the material and scored a 90% or more in order to receive these certifications. Students were also required to maintain an outstanding attendance in class.

11. Devin Alven – ABA Today’s Teller, ABA Principles of Banking

12. Kamille Agee – ABA Today’s Teller, ABA Principles of Banking

13. Carson Cahill – ABA Today’s Teller, ABA Principles of Banking

14. KeAndre Clay – ABA Today’s Teller, ABA Principles of Banking

15. Joy Delph – ABA Today’s Teller, ABA Principles of Banking

16. Brandon Graham – ABA Today’s Teller, ABA Principles of Banking

17. Will Kennedy – ABA Today’s Teller, ABA Principles of Banking

18. Ancelmo Nochez-Orellana – ABA Today’s Teller, ABA Principles of Banking

19. Luis Orellana – ABA Today’s Teller, ABA Principles of Banking

20. Marissa Pennington – ABA Today’s Teller, ABA Principles of Banking

21. Issacc Rodriguez – ABA Today’s Teller, ABA Principles of Banking

22. Talon Seller -- ABA Today’s Teller, ABA Principles of Banking

23. John Shute -- ABA Today’s Teller, ABA Principles of Banking

24. Cade Stuart – ABA Today’s Teller, ABA Principles of Banking

25. Anthony Taylor – ABA Principles of Banking

With support from "EVERFI", a Financial Literacy Course was made available to students at Conway High School. EVERFI equips students with tools to manage their personal finances in the real world, from applying for financial aid to establishing credit and investing. EVERFI’s financial education offerings empower learners to make safe, smart and informed financial decisions. The interactive curriculum, scalable platform and in-person resources is designed to drive financial literacy and financial capability. By connecting key concepts to real-world scenarios, EVERFI is activating a network of more than 16 million informed economic decision-makers and bringing measurable results. The following students at Conway High School completed the course in Financial Literacy and received certifications of completion:

26. Kamille Agee

27. Devin Alven

28. Carson Cahill

29. KeAndre Clay

30. Joy Delph

31. Brandon Graham

32. Will Kennedy

33. Luis Orellana

34. Marissa Pennington

35. Issacc Rodriguez

36. Talon Sellers

37. John Shute

38. Cade Stuart

39. Anthony Taylor

Thanks to their teachers, Mrs. Brandy Collins and Ms. Alyce Hardee for their outstanding work with these students.