Real world curriculum
The class uses a hands-on approach to work through problem-solving steps from the initial design to finished product. The students gain excellent teamwork, leadership, critical-thinking and technical skills. The program’s interdisciplinary courses engage students in compelling real-world challenges. As students work together to design solutions, they learn computational thinking – not just how to code – and become better thinkers and communicators.
Softwarwe Engineering and Programming
The 11th grade year is packed with learning the basic of programming. This course is the equivalent of many first and second year college programming classes. Python, Java, C#, and C++ programming languages will be introduced. The senior year will be dedicated to advanced programming concepts using C# and C++ in the command line interface. Concepts for the Java AP prep course will be center focus in the Senior year.Learn More
CompTIA's A+ Hardware, Cisco Linux Unhatched, and CompTIA's Networks+
The 11th grade year is filled with learning about how to build a computer, run an OS, use command line tools, understand printers, and many other basic PC information. Then the 12th grade year we take a look at Networking. How do companies communicate? What devices do they use? What is a the OSI model? What is a protocol? Some seniors will study for the CompTIA Security+ license exam. The curriculum concentrates on preparing students to take the actual license exams.Learn More
Interactive Web Design and Development