Programming & Web Development Career Area

Overview

As society continues to become more information oriented, computers are becoming an integral part in most jobs. Our students are trained using a state-of-the-art forty-workstation lab running in a variety of operating system environments. Programming concepts are taught using languages such as C#, Python and Java. Web Development concepts are taught using HTML5, CSS, JavaScript, PHP, and Drupal. Using MySQL, a relational database management system, students are also taught how to design, maintain, and utilize a relational database through a variety of applications. Word processing and spreadsheet applications are introduced using the most recent version of Microsoft Office. Students are also trained to qualify for both CompTIA A+ and Network+ certifications during their time in the Programming and Web Development program. Upon graduation, students are prepared to enter an entry-level position in information processing, computer maintenance and repair, web development, or to further their education by enrolling in a post-secondary school.

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Freshman Year

  • Shop Safety
  • Microsoft Office
  • Object Oriented Programming
  • C# Programming Language
  • Intro to Web Design

Sophomore Year

  • HTML5, CSS & JavaScript
  • Intro to Robotics
  • Python
  • Web Design
  • A+ Certification

Junior Year

  • AP Computer Science A
  • Java Programming Language
  • Game Development
  • Humanoid Robotics
  • PHP & MySQL
  • Drupal CMS

Senior Year

  • Software Development Life Cycyle
  • Content Management Systems
  • Unity Game Engine
  • Humanoid Robotics
  • Network+ Certification
  • Chris Hickman
  • Shop Instructor
  • Grades: 11 & 12
  • Ext. 1302
  • Richard Monville
  • Shop Instructor
  • Grades: 9 & 10
  • Ext. 1301
  • Christine Johnson
  • Related Instructor
  • All Grade Levels
  • Ext. 1217