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Computer Science

Program Overview:

Through the Mathematics Department, Greenwich High School offers a computer science pathway from introductory through Advanced Placement courses.

Introductory courses are taught in javaScript, HTML and CSS.  Having passed an introductory course, students may follow a web-development or language intensive path.

The language intensive path initially continues the study of javaScript with the College Board's AP Computer Science Principles curriculum and then java in AP Computer Science A.

The web-development path continues the study of javaScript, HTML and CSS, incorporating other tools and APIs as required to develop complete web based applications.


A full description of the Computer Science course offerings can be found in the GHS Course Of Study Guide

Program Contact Information:

Ms. Andrew Byrne
Program Administrator

The best way to contact a teacher is via email. Please see the Staff Directory for email addresses.

Clubs and other Opportunities:

In addition to coursework, students interested in Computer Science may participate in American Computer Science League, Programming Club, Girls Who Code, AFA CyberPatriot, girls go! CyberStart and Lockheed Martin's codeQuest.  Since 2017, Greenwich High School students have won the Verizon App Challenge and Connecticut Open Division in AFA cyberPatriot, as well as earning top finishes in codeQuest and cyberStart.