General Course Information

  • April 23, 2020

    An email message is sent at 9 am every Monday to both parent and student email accounts describing the work for the current week.  Work is due back by 11:59 pm on Sunday.

    Work for AMA will be accessible every Monday at 9 am in the online textbook portal at and will be submitted directly within the portal.


    Note to those of you considering the Dual Credit Option regarding billing and payment:  The college has delayed sending dual enrollment bills to students/families. All bills are now set to be mailed out on April 14th. The new payment deadline is set for May 13th. Students/families will have the option to pay the bill electronically or through the postal mail. Instructions will be outlined on the bill.   Also, MCC has made changes to their grading policy.  Please review the file below that discusses the changes.  You need to email me by the deadline in the message to let me know if you plan to change the structure of your grade.



    The key to productivity is the ability to integrate the capabilities of the software on your desktop.  Using real-life business settings, this computer course utilizes activities and projects designed for learning and integrating Microsoft Office 2016 suite of application software: Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint. 

    You will learn how to prepare professional looking documents using advanced word processing skills and become competent in creating spreadsheets & charts, database management and PowerPoint presentations.

    This course focuses on these applications from Office '16:

    • Word—is a word processing application that enables you to create and edit letters, reports, and other text based documents. 
    • Excel—is a powerful spreadsheet tool you can use to analyze, chart, and manage data for personal, business, and financial use.
    • Access—is a database management system that lets you organize, store, & retrieve information to create forms and reports
    • PowerPoint—an application that lets you create a professional, computerized slide show presentation