“We are truly impressed by the talent demonstrated by the students and the utilization of advanced math skills and the digitization of program codes as elements of critical thinking and problem-solving,” remarked Dr. James M. Davis, Principal. Students can earn industry-recognized credentials as well as earn college credits in the program. “Our students become transition ready for college and careers in a higher wage, high demand career paths in computer sciences,” signaled Davis.
Titus Smith, Josh Collins, Emma Parman, Megan Smith, and Seth Perry used block coding to create a light matrix on their Sphero. Then they animated the matrix and used block coding to control the Sphero in a challenge down the hallway.