💻 Finding a passion for Computer Science
Last updated: November 27th, 2022
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Senior Year (College Level)
AP Computer Science A
This course taught the basics of computer programming using Java. Explored concepts regarding variables, modularity, simple data structures, and polymorphism.
College in the Schools Public Speaking
The primary purpose of this course was to teach the aspects of what makes a good speech, the ethics of communication, relevance to public discourse, and how to convey an idea sharply.
College in the Schools Spanish
Developed reading, writing, and oral skills regarding the Spanish language.
AP Physics C
Studied topics regarding force interactions, free body diagrams, conservation, and rotation to name a few. This course consisted of a classroom and laboratory component.
Senior Year (College Level)
An introduction to higher dimension calculus. This included analyzing vectors, integrals and derivatives of higher order functions, Jacobian transforms, optimization, and surface integrals.
The primary objective of this course was to understand the behavior of consumers and firms both in a domestic and global economy. Topics included competition, income distribution, economic interdependencies, and global linkages.
This course overviewed topics regarding consumption, finances, importance of currency, buisness cycles, international trade, and interdependency among nations.
College in the Schools Writing & Composition
Writing across many diciplines and a broad array of topics designed to teach students written communication. Papers were written, peer reviewed, edited, and perfected throughout the course of the semester.
AP Calculus B/C
Differential calculus of functions of a single variable, including polynomial, rational, exponential, and trig functions. Applications, including optimization and related rates problems. Single variable integral calculus, using anti-derivatives and simple substitution.
Graphical/numerical presentations of data. Judging the usefulness/reliability of results/inferences from surveys and other studies to interesting populations. Coping with randomness/variation in an uncertain world.
Behavior of gases, liquids, and solids. Molecular/ionic structure/bonding.Radioactive decay. Chemical equilibrium. Solutions. Acids/bases. Solubility. Second law of thermodynamics.Experimental design, data collection and treatment, discussion of errors, and proper treatment of hazardous wastes.
AP European History
Studied the cultural, economic, political, and social developments that have shaped Europe from c. 1450 to the present. Analyzed texts, visual sources, and other historical evidence and write essays expressing historical arguments.
AP World History
Studied the cultural, economic, political, and social developments that have shaped the world from c. 1200 CE to the present. Analyzed texts, visual sources, and other historical evidence and write essays expressing historical arguments.
AP Computer Science Principles
Foundations/limits of today's computing/information technology. How to reason about applications/technological advances. Policy issues. Algorithms for automating solutions. Abstraction in design/problem solving. Concepts of computer databases, networks, expert systems human-computer interaction, Internet, Web, desktop software, personal computers.
AP US History
U.S. history since Civil War, in global context. Emancipation. Forms of labor. Immigration. Citizenship. Conceptions of race/gender. Hot/cold wars. Reform/rights movements. Globalization. State power. Students use primary sources, historical scholarship.