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     This course covers the fundamentals of computer hardware and software as well as advanced concepts. Students who complete this course will be able to describe the internal components of a computer, assemble a computer system, install an operating system, and trouble shoot using system tools and diagnostic software. Students will also be able to connect to the Internet to share resources in a network environment. This course is designed to prepare for the Cisco A+ Certification Exams.

    Student Resources
    Course Syllabus (Link coming soon-currently being updated)


    This course is an online curriculum and introduces students to basic web design using HTML5 (Hypertext Markup Language) and CSS3 (Cascading Style Sheets). The course does not require any prior knowledge of HTML or web design. However, the course does require access to a desktop/laptop computer to complete assignments and to view course materials

     Throughout the course students are introduced to planning and designing effective web pages; implementing web pages by writing HTML5 and CSS3 code; enhancing web pages with the use of page layout techniques, text formatting, graphics, images, multimedia and producing a functional, multi-page website. Students will be introduced to Adobe Photoshop to create web graphics as well as Adobe Dreamweaver to use as a visual editor.

     Furthermore, students will be using JavaScript and PHP/MySQL Databases to create advance interfaces, forms, content management systems and to add other advanced functionalities to web sites. There are 8 portfolio projects, number labs, and activities to support positive growth in learning. This course offers the opportunity for students to become WD certified through an online administration by IEClass.com.

    Student Resources
    IECLass Login Page
    Course Syllabus (Link coming soon-currently being updated)



    This is an introductory level course that teaches drawing,
    sculpture, ceramics and printmaking.
    Gaining exposure to various kinds of art will help you choose
    a two dimensional path (i.e., drawing) or
    three-dimensional (i.e., sculpture, ceramics)
    This is not on Mrs. Harrison's schedule for Spring 2017,
    however below are student works of art from past Art 1 classes.