Computer Science is the creative, collaborative, interdisciplinary, and problems solving nature of computing with instructional materials that feature an inquiry-based approach to learning. As part of this course, students will delve into real-world computing problems that are culturally relevant, and address social and ethical issues while delivering foundational computer science knowledge. Students will engage in several in-depth projects to demonstrate real-world applications of computing. Students connect their informal knowledge, technology skills, and beliefs about computing to the theoretical and foundational tenets of computer science. The interdisciplinary nature of computing allows for the incorporation of subject-matter topics across various disciplines.
Courses must be taken in sequential order.
*Note - AP-Computer Science Principles - Successful completion of E.C.S., with a passing grade of C+ or better, and instructor approval.
*Note - Cybersecurity - Successful completion of A.P.C.S.P., with a passing grade of C+ or better, and instructor approval.
Please take the preliminary Interview Questionaire, if courses will be taken out of sequential order.
Industry-aligned Career and Technical Education certification. Validate the knowledge and skills learned in the classroom.
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- Who - All MVHS Students. No experience necessary.
- What - Play coding games, have fun, learn something new!
- When - Computer Science Week - Dec 3-9
- Where - Room 816
- Why - Computers are here to stay, so why not learn about the fastest growing industry and best-paying jobs in the U.S. and beyond.