March 2015

Medical Forensics

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Story and Photos by Natalie Grant

Students in Medical Forensics have been learning about blood types. Through experiments students, determined what blood types can donate to other blood types. Students also discovered how to determine which blood type a person is.

ALC Students Place at State TSA Competition

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ALC students participated at the Technology Student Association (TSA) state competition on March 18th.  

Keith Alacron (Spanish Fork High) participated in Technology Problem Solving and CAD Engineering.

Chandler Schramm  (Maple Mountain High) participated in Exteporaneous Speech and CAD Engineering.

ALC Digital Media

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Video by Brandon Arnold

Check out this incredible clip showcasing Digital Media student creations.

15 Top-Paying Certifications for 2015

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http://www.globalknowledge.com/

To gain refined skills and expertise and to increase pay, many IT professionals choose to pursue a certification.

ALC Open for Registration

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Story by Anna Palmer

At the beginning of March, the ALC campus held an open house. ALC teachers, students, and staff were on hand to discuss and show the opportunities available to Nebo students. Hundreds of families came to see what ALC offers. 

Sterling Scholars 2014-2015

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Story by Anna Palmer

ALC student, Robert Nay, is a Sterling Scholar State Winner this year. He also earned the Philo T. Farnsworth Governor's Award. Robert applied as a Sterling Scholar in the area of Computer Technology. He is currently taking Introduction to Engineering Design and Architechtural Design 1B at ALC.

ALC/MMHS Robotics Team takes 2nd at State

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Last week the ALC/MMHS Robotics team competed with 53 teams from 11 states and Canada at the "FIRST" Robotics regional in West Valley City. Last Saturday, March 14, 2015, the "Eaglebots" soared into second place! They and the other two teams on their alliance came close to qualifying for nationals! Many MMHS students worked really hard to make their robot successful! Thanks to all those who supported them!

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