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Last Updated: 8/21/2020 1:07 PM

Pathways Offered:

Computer Science

The programming pathway is focused on building a solid understanding and foundation of computer science principles. These courses emphasize the content, practices, thinking and skills central to the discipline of computer science. Courses are designed to teach skills that fall into these computational thinking practices: connecting computing, developing computational artifacts, abstracting, analyzing problems and artifacts, communicating, and collaborating. 

Courses:

Course 1:  Introduction to Digital Technology
Course 2:  Computer Science Principals
Course 3:  AP Computer Science

Internet of Things

The demand for programming (software development) has gone well beyond desktop computers and the web, into a ubiquitous world of personal devices, smart cars, intelligent factories, and even more. These systems interact with us directly, as well as with each other. This pathway will focus on the interaction of programming and devices, using data from various sensors and sources in order to make decisions, take actions, and more. A common industry term to describe this work is Internet of Things. Students will show first-hand how programming and machines interact to accomplish common and essential tasks throughout our society.

Courses:

Course 1:  Introduction to Digital Technology
Course 2:  Computer Science Principals
Course 3:  Embedded Computing

Additional Info

Instructor

 
Mr. Mark Thompson

 

Student Organization

 

 

CS Course

 

CS 2