The Information Technology courses prepares students for college and careers in computer technology. The coursework involves using best practices to complete real-world activities to offer students the understanding and use of emergent technologies whether it is for the career seekers or for the college bound.Currently courses offer opportunities for students to earn industry certifications. These certifications give employers confidence that the student has basic understanding of technology skills that are now ready to be put to task in the work force. Basic certification awards include business technology fields, web design, digital media design, and media production.Industry certifications to be earned through the following:
Computer Science Principles Students Compete
CS4All sponsored a competition and showcase at MOSH in Jacksonville, FL on May 17th, 2019. The following ACHS students competed by presenting and explaining the elements of the own apps that they designed as a part of their Performance Tasks in their AP CSP course.
Donna MathisDepartment Coordinatormathisd3@duvalschools.org
Computer Science ContentAP Computer Science Principles !!Commercial Art TechnologyCommercial Art Technology 1,2,Commercial Art Technology 3 %%Yearbook (1 and 2)Multimedia Digital/Print DesignTV Production (1 and 2) ++Web Development ContentDigital Information Technology $$Foundations of Web Design $$Game & Simulation Foundations%% Adobe Certified Expert in Photoshop CS6++ Adobe Certified Expert in Premier Pro CS6
$$ Microsoft Industry Certifications:WordExcelPowerPointHTML/CSS!! Advanced Placement courseoffering college credit