Computer Science and Engineering

The Computer Science Department offers courses in simple and advanced programming, engineering, web page design, and other advanced topics.  Almost every field today – from the arts and media to lab sciences – requires some understanding of computing and problem solving. Computer Science can help students understand how computing and technology influence the world around them. Students will learn how to creatively address real-world issues while using the same design processes and tools that artists, writers, computer scientists, and engineers use to bring ideas to life.

The emphasis in this department is to use the Engineering Design Process to prepare students for a successful collegiate experience.

Courses

  • AP Computer Science Principles
  • AP Computer Science A
  • Computer Science Advanced Topics Honors
  • Computer Science Essentials 
  • Engineering I 
  • Graphic Design 
  • Computer Science 
  • Information Systems 
  • Microcontrollers with Robotics Applications 
  • VEX Robotics 
  • Website Programming

Co-Curricular Courses

Required for all Freshman

Clubs

3D Hand Printing Club

3dprintedhands
3dhandassembly2

Faculty

Mr. Kevin Bushek

Class of 2004

Mr. Michael Jacobs

Class of 2001
Titles: Director of Information Technology

Mrs. Diane Joganich

Titles: Assistant Director of Information Technology

Mr. Brandon Petcaugh

Titles: Computer Science & Engineering Dept. Chair