CSTANH students in the news.

The team from Salem High School’s Career and Technical Education Center won first place in a virtual cybersecurity competition, hosted by the University of New Hampshire’s cyber club.

The contest was open to high school students in New Hampshire, and 94 students on 42 teams battled it out during a six-hour contest on Saturday.

Joelle Henry, who teaches computer science at the high school in Salem, said Monday she is proud of the students who volunteered to be part of the competition that tested their knowledge and problem-solving skills through Capture the Flag-style challenges.


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