What is computer science?
Computer science (CS) is a part of all of our lives. In today’s tech-driven world, students must have a deeper understanding of the fundamentals of computing so they are empowered to take control of how tech will affect their lives, their culture, and their future. CS is distinguished from other technology-related curriculum that focus on how to use computer technology because CS is focused on understanding why it works and how to create it. Through the study of CS, students hone their design thinking, logical reasoning, and problem-solving skills in ways that can be applied to solving real world problems in each and every discipline.
What does the St. Anne's-Belfield School Computer Science Program look like?
The Computer Science Program is a conduit through which St. Anne's-Belfield School achieves larger goals like student-directed learning, interdisciplinary inquiry and our impact on the larger community. The goals of the program are that: