Information technology/networking companies in the region are seeking qualified employees who are fluid with technology, adaptable to change, and able to think on their feet. It is our mission to develop IT technicians to help companies grow and innovate while at the same time engage young people in exciting courses geared toward lucrative careers.
Programming and Software Development-prepares students for further study and careers in the field of computer science through programming, hardware design, networks, graphics, databased and information retrieval, cyber security, software design, programming languages, logic, programming paradigms, translation between levels of abstraction, artificial intelligence, the limits of computations, applications in information technology and information systems, and social issues(internet security, privacy and intellectual property).
Network Systems-prepares students with the fundamentals and advanced computer, interpersonal, and problem-solving skills necessary for success in computer fields. Students gain a background in hardware, software, and /or telecommunications. Computer-aided trouble shooting and instructions is integrated into the learning process.
Interactive Media Students are introduced to the role of a digital media specialist by learning about the essential components of how to create a Web site, produce a training video or design a computer game. Students will create interactive computer applications using the elements of text, 2-D and 3-D graphics, animation, sound, video, and digital imaging. These skills prepare students for entry-level positions and other occupational/ educational goals.
9th Career Preparedness
10th Information Technology Fundamentals
11th Software Development
12th Computer Science AP
Information Technology Fundamentals
Business Technology Applications (BTA)
Personal computing and business skills are integrated throughout the course as students use a variety of software applications to produce and prepare documents for publication and learn how to select appropriate software for generating information.
This course is designed to provide students with skills necessary to manage a stand-alone computer on a home network. Topics in this course include computer hardware, computer operating systems, network architecture, network protocols, career opportunities, and network design and security.
This course Is a one-credit course designed to provide students with skills Involving hands-on learning by Installing a router, configuring a server, and performing disaster recovery. This course includes a strong emphasis on proper safety practices and industry ethics.Software Development
This course is designed to provide students with an introduction to the C ++ programming language, structured elements of C++, classes, data, abstractions, inheritance, polymorphism, storage management, and a C++ programming environment. Simple programming exercises will reinforce the theory and stimulate understanding. It is recommended that Information Technology Fundamentals be taken prior to this course.