Welcome to johnlupher.com Computer Science! Our computer science courses are designed to help students understand core aspects of computer science which they can use to create solutions that are understandable, adaptable, and when appropriate, reusable.

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    Microsoft Office is the most widely used software packages available for the computer. 

    • Microsoft Word is the most widely use word processing package used in business. With it you can create all kinds of documents – memos, letters, reports, brochures, and even books.
    • Microsoft Excel is the most widely used and comprehensive spreadsheet program available for the computer. You can quickly and easily create business reports, and financial spreadsheets with this powerful program

    ***Basic computer skills are required.

    This course offers individualized instruction on integrated software common in the business world.  Lessons start at a beginning level and build to an intermediate level using an integrated software suite, such as Microsoft Office. Applications will include: word processing, spreadsheets, database, presentations, and several lessons that integrate two or more applications.

    In Computer 1 students will be introduced to and gain an understanding of operating environments, web design,  word processing, spreadsheets, database, Internet technologies,  multimedia, graphics, photographic editing, programming and emerging technologies. This course is a requirement for all students, and is the introductory class for all Computer Science classes.

    Students will learn some of the most important topics of a prominent web programming language, from the basics of creating Web pages with graphics and links, using tables, and controlling page layout with frames, to more advanced topics including cascading style sheets, programming objects and events, creating a multimedia Web page, and creating a Web page with forms.

    This course is an introduction to computer programming for students familiar with programming as well as those who have never programmed. We will first study the context in which to produce programs. Then we will study the nature of computer systems. We will then learn to use various design tools to which aid in the creation of programs. We will also explore some of the basics of a programming language.