1-Year Program - Satellite Program at New Albany High School
Put your inner computer geek to work.
If you find computer networking and how the Internet works fascinating, the Cisco Networking Academy needs you! Students learn to install, configure, and troubleshoot routers and switches in Local Area Networks (LAN) and Wide Area Networks (WAN) in this intense one-year program. This is a fast-paced, technically difficult program that prepares students for Cisco Certified Entry Network Technician (CCENT) and Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) certification.
Students interested in this program should have a strong interest in computers, be enrolled in college preparatory coursework, and have completed Algebra I by the start of the program.
Learn at broadband speed.
Most employers are seeking candidates with a two- to four-year degree to work in this field. This program can provide opportunities for college credit, scholarships, and grants.
Get the know-how.
As business and industry continues to go global, fast, reliable communications across the Internet are vital. The 1-year Honors Cisco Networking Course at New Albany High School may be a perfect fit for a senior or exceptional junior with a passion for Information Technology, computer networking, and the technical side of the Internet. Areas of study include:
- problem solving techniques
- network maintenance & security
- information technology
- preparation for CCENT & CCNA industry certification exams