Liberty HS


Learning Recommendations: C or better in Geometry 

General Description: Designed to prepare students to take the College Board AP Computer Science A exam, this challenging class is for those students who are interested in an in-depth course in computer programming. Students will learn to program in the Java language, with emphasis on problem solving, computer science theory, application, algorithm design, programming style, and documentation. You should plan on devoting at least forty five minutes per day outside of class to succeed in this course. Successful passage of this course allows students to meet the district graduation requirement for technology competency.

Advanced Placement Computer Science is equivalent to high school mathematics, if the student is currently enrolled in MT300 A/B - Common Core Algebra 2, or successfully completed MT300 A/B - Common Core Algebra 2. This course qualifies for a math-based quantitative course for students who take the course in their senior year. Advanced Placement Computer Science qualifies for equivalency in either mathematics credit or a science credit.

AP courses at LHS challenge students with rigorous college-level work. By succeeding in college-level work while still in high school, students in AP courses develop confidence in their own abilities and learn essential time management and study skills needed for college and career success.

Note: Students choosing to take the optional AP exam associated with this course must register in the fall, and must pay the AP exam fee. The dollar amount for AP exam fees vary each year. Scholarships are available to students who qualify.