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CyberPatriot CyberCamps a Huge Success at Hawaii Technology Academy

Hawaii Technology Academy (HTA), a public charter school with learning centers across four islands (Hawaii, Kauai, Maui and Oahu), joined other public and private schools this summer and recently held their first-ever CyberPatriot CyberCamp. CyberCamps, which provide basic instruction in core information technologies (i.e., Windows, Ubuntu Linux and networking), is designed to prepare middle and high school students to compete in the CyberPatriot National Youth Cyber Defense Competition. HTA’s CyberCamp hosted over 20 students and was coordinated by Vice Principal Jennifer Francis and instructed by volunteer Bryant Weatherspoon of the US Department of Veterans Affairs Internship program. HTA currently plans on standing up a competition team for this school year’s CyberPatriot Season XI.

Go Honu!

Hawaii Technology Academy students enjoying CyberCamp!

 

 

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