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Girls in Computer Science

by: Juan Fortique

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Lake Nona High School is proud to announce that senior, Amaya Jimenez is one of two young woman from the state of Florida and the first in our district to be awarded the National Center for Women and Information Technology. She was awarded this because she knows many things about computing and she also helps the community by volunteering to help others about computing. She is also an amazing student in the classroom taking many Advanced placement courses throughout her most of her high school career. Amaya is also an Officer in the Zeta Omicron National Computer Honor Society, Lake Nona Chapter. In the future, Amaya plans on majoring in Computer Science.

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