Center for Design & Computer Sciences (K-5)
The Center for Design and Computer Sciences prepares students for future success by introducing them to foundational computer science knowledge and competencies. This program fosters the development of critical non-cognitive skills such as perseverance, decision-making, and self-motivation. Students in all grade levels engage in instruction using coding languages and concepts. Additionally, students complete elective courses that incorporate technology use on topics such as robotics, computer programming, digital music, and digital art, to name a few. A thematic curriculum encourages students to implement design processes, think critically, demonstrate creativity, problem-solve, and work collaboratively. This thematic curriculum is grounded in a computational thinking and design framework.
Contact Bridget Whittington, Magnet Coordinator, to learn more about our magnet program and how we are Redesigning Education for our Community.