Computer Science I

  • Students will learn the basic concepts behind writing computer programs using different languages. There will be an emphasis on the Python programming language using an object oriented approach. The goal is for students to have fun, while learning the importance and practical aspects of mathematics, processes, problem solving, and critical thinking. Students will submit a final project and take a final exam.  PREREQUISITE: CC Geometry

    Tests and Quizzes

    Tests and quizzes will be administered at appropriate times with ample notice to the student.  Short quizzes may be given on any day but full period exams will be given on Thursday, which the math test day.   The course concludes with a final exam.


    Projects will be assigned throughout the school year based on the current topic of study.  Time will be allotted for most projects to be started in class; however, many projects will require time outside of school.     

    Homework Assignments

    Homework is assigned regularly and will be collected and graded at random.  Homework is assigned a 30 point test grade.  Each missing homework assignment will result in a 3 point deduction from the homework test grade.  Late homework will not be accepted.

    Class work and Participation

    Being a prepared and active member of the class will aid in the student’s success.   Students are expected to arrive to class on time.  Students are also expected to use their lab time appropriately.


    -      Access to a computer with Internet connection

    -      A binder with separate section for this class

    -      A USB drive to save all of your work and projects.  This must be brought to class everyday!  Keep it in a safe place and remember to remove it from the computer after class.

    o   Failure to bring your USB will result in a penalty towards your homework grade.  You will be expected to make up all work at home.

    Extra Help: Wednesdays in room 305

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