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The Cisco Networking Academy can lead to an industry-recognized Cisco certification – an impressive addition to your resume or school application. Statistics show that a Cisco certification can increase salaries by 9%. Open the door to an exhilarating, opportunity-rich future!

What you will do in this class

In each course, Cisco Networking Academy students will learn technology concepts with the support of interactive media and apply and practice this knowledge through a series of hands-on and simulated activities that reinforce their learning:

  • Students complete a basic procedural lab, followed by configuration, implementation, and troubleshooting labs.
  • Cisco Packet Tracer activities allow students to model and analyze routing processes that may be difficult to visualize or understand and practice their skills within simulated networks.
  • Quizzes, skills assessments, chapter exams, and practice exams provide feedback as students advance through the curriculum.

Skills you will learn

Design, calculate, and apply subnet masks in IPv4 and IPv6 networks. Build an Ethernet network using routers and switches. Use Cisco command-line interface (CLI) commands to perform basic router and switch configurations. Utilize common network utilities to verify small network operations and analyze data traffic. Configure and troubleshoot basic operations of a small switched network. Configure and troubleshoot VLANs and inter-VLAN routing. Configure, monitor, and troubleshoot ACLs for IPv4 and IPv6. Learn by doing. It’s faster, easier to remember, and you won’t get bored.

Tools you will use

CISCO1941/K9 Integrated Services Routers Generation 2 (ISR-G2)
HWIC-2T Serial WAN Interface Cards
WS-C2960-24TT-L Cisco Catalyst switches
Linksys EA Series routers (2700, 3500, 4500) or equivalent
Assorted Ethernet and Serial cables and hubs
Computer Terminal

Graphic Design Capstone Projects

The students in Graphic Design class worked on their Capstone project this year, and the result was cereal boxes. Alex Crouch worked on two cereal boxes, which are Dino Bites and Cinnawebs. MacKenzie Coleman worked on Cosmo Crunch. Sylvia Strakal worked on Munster...
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What Do You Want To Be When You Grow Up?

On Friday, March 24th six students from the James Rumsey Technical Institute set up shop at Mill Creek Intermediate to participate in the school’s career day. Here, they talked about the institute, their classes, and where their careers are headed. Mill Creek’s...
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JRTI Awarded Humanitarian Award

On Monday, March 20th representatives from the James Rumsey Technical Institute attended a conference in Arlington, VA to accept the Don Myers Humanitarian Award. This past Monday, Kathy Morgan (Vice Principal), Micheal Pheasant (Maintenance), and students Sam Willett...
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Court is Now in Session

Earlier this past February, the Criminal Justice class here at JRTI had mock court trials to teach the students what it would be like in a real life scenario of a court trial. The case was called "The People vs Price" and was based on a trial where Arson was the crime...
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Early Childhood Learns about the Signs of Child Abuse

On March 8th, 2017, a guest speaker showed up at James Rumsey to teach the Early Childhood Education students about child abuse and signs of child abuse. A few students asked her questions about the signs of child abuse and about Child Protective Services, while also...
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Congratulations to the Vex Robotics Teams!

Congratulations to the James Rumsey Technical Institute Vex robotics teams for making it into state competition. The state tournament begins March 11th., at Fairmont, State University. The two teams from J.R.T.I., Hufflepuff and Gryffindor, will be competing against...
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Civics Projects

On Friday March, 3rd Mrs.Christmans Honors civics classes had presented their projects. Their projects were all different and a few were really amazing but it had to do with certain events in history, after they had finished their projects they had to set them up in...
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Open House for the Second Tiny Home

On Monday, February 27, JRTI held an Open House for the second tiny home project. This is the second house built by students in the high school Carpentry class and wired by students in the high school Electrical Technician class. Mr. Lantz, The Carpentry instructor,...
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Web and Game Development Fundraiser

JRTI's Web and Game Development are selling Country Meat Beef Sticks to fund their class expenses. To order visit https://www.ciw.jamesrumsey.net or Room A8, across from the main office
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How to prepare lobster

Chef Coble taught the ProStart students how to butcher lobster, He went through the steps of how to take the lobster apart. The first thing he did was take a knife and kill the lobster. The next thing his did was remove the claws. After removing the claws he removed...
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Entering the classroom for the first time, I noticed right away that this program was professional. Throughout my first year, I started to gain the knowledge of what the IT field was all about. I realized very quickly, that I wish to continue with a career in IT. Even though what I have experienced so far was challenging, I know that I will succeed with the support from my peers and my instructor. Ethan McCullough

class of 2016

Example Job Titles

Chief Information Officer
Computer and Information Systems Manager
Customer Support Specialist
Data Center Support Specialist
Network Administrator
Network Systems Engineer
Network Service Technician
Database Administrator
Desktop Support Manager

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