Information to Technology will provide exposure to information technology concepts and careers as well as the impact that technology has in our school, community, workplace and the world. The content will include career research, operating system and software applications, electronic communication including E-mail and Internet services. Additionally, basic HTML, DHTML and XML web commands and designs will be introduced. SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF THIS CLASS FULFILLS THE GRADUATION REQUIREMENT FOR COMPUTER PROFICIENCY.
This course will introduce students to computer programming. Students will learn fundamental concepts such as program decision making, repetitive processing, functions, and saving to files. This course is designed to prepare students for further computer science classes as well as explore career opportunities in programming. At the conclusion of this class, students should be able to develop moderate to advanced level desktop computer programs and games. SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF THIS CLASS FULFILLS THE GRADUATION REQUIREMENT FOR COMPUTER PROFICIENCY.
This semester course takes the beginning accounting student from opening accounting transactions through basic closing procedures encountered in a service business. The course describes various types of business situations and offers a foundation in accounting principles. This course may be used to fulfill one semester of the Math requirement for graduation.
Web design combines artistic, creative vision with technical knowledge to produce informative, appealing, and easy to use web sites. This class is an activity-oriented course in which students will explore strategies to effectively communicate using the Internet. Students will learn about site layout and content and will become proficient using web development languages and graphical user interface tools to achieve their design objectives. The curriculum and instruction of this course is meant to be offer an introduction to web development and design over the time frame of one semester. SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF THIS CLASS FULFILLS THE GRADUATION REQUIREMENT FOR COMPUTER PROFICIENCY.
In this FULL YEAR course students will be introduced to the central ideas of computer science, instilling the ideas and practices of computational thinking and inviting students to understand how computing changes the world. This course is intended for all students, not just those who will be pursuing careers technical fields. SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF THIS CLASS FULFILLS THE GRADUATION REQUIREMENT FOR COMPUTER PROFICIENCY. Students must take the Advanced Placement Exam to receive the A.P. designation on the transcript and to have the additional honor point calculated into the grade point average.