Twin Falls High School Information Technology

Jason Torgrimson is the instructor of Information Technology at Twin Falls High School.  The students have the opportunity to rebuild computers with new parts for labs in the district’s schools, learn programming, networking, and video/media.  The program offers a complete sequence of programming courses designed around the Web and Mobile application development industry.  In addition students have the opportunity to be involved with the development of open-source applications through a partnership with the Southern Idaho Google Technology User Group that can be and is used in the school district for various tasks.  They manage Windows and Linux-based networks and can earn several industry certificates including W3 Schools HMTL, Java, PHP, and Adobe as well as technical and/or dual credits from the College of Southern Idaho.

 

Twin Falls IT instructor, Jason Torgrimson took 12 students to the  SAINTCON CTF (Hacker Games) conference in Ogden, Utah October 27-30, 2015.  The conference is Utah’s Premiere Security Conference and lasted for four days. There, five students presented “NeverLAN CTF …Teaching the Younger Generation” to Hack”  Read, in the students own words, about their project!!!

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