AP Computer Science

Maura Rodgers, Staff Writer

Seniors Josh Clevenger, Nicole Plack, and John Yeckley work for their AP Computer Science class taught by Mrs. Lint. They were making mini robot using hands on tools with computers.

AP Computer Science consists of learning to design and implement programs that are relevant to today’s society, including art, media, and engineering.

John Yeckley and Josh Clevenger are learning to apply programming tools and solve complex problems through hands-on experiences and examples.  


The design and implementation of computer programs to solve problems involve skills that are fundamental to the study of computer science. This includes the development and analysis of algorithms and fundamental data structures, and the use of logic and formal methods.