IT - Artificial Intelligence

Computer Science Students

Information Technology: Artificial Intelligence - provides students opportunities to learn about the theory and development of computer systems that perform tasks that normally require human intelligence. Students will learn coding and will explore the 5 Big Ideas of Artificial Intelligence that include: Perception - Computers perceive the world using sensors; Representation and Reasoning - Agents maintain representations of the world, and use them for reasoning; Learning - Computers can learn from data; Natural Interaction - Intelligent agents require many kinds of knowledge to interact naturally with humans; Societal Impact - artificial Intelligence can impact society in both positive and negative ways.


Completion of the program prepares you for certification in the following areas:

  • AP Credit for AP Computer Science Principles
  • AP Credit for AP Computer Science A

Graduates from this program have a great start on these potential careers:

  • Software Developer
  • Machine Learning Engineer
  • Data Scientist
  • Data Engineer
  • Web Developer
  • Database Administrator
  • System Administrator
  • IT Technician



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Grade 12

IT- Artificial


Science (H/GT)

Technology Education

 AP Computer Science Principles


Artificial Intelligence I

Mathematics  or Science (H)

AP Computer Science A

Inter Bus/Comp Scie (H)

Artificial Intelligence II

CWE or Dual Enrollment option


AP Computer Science Principles #35.3510.6

Advanced Placement (AP) Computer Science Principles (based on The College Board's AP: Computer Science Principles). This course advances students' understanding of the technical aspects of computing including, programming and algorithm design, computer system organization and operation, and data representation and information organization. *May count as a Technology Education credit towards graduation.

AP Computer Science A #35.3520.6

AP Computer Science A (based on The College Board's AP Computer Science A) which is a more in-depth study of computer science, specifically the technical aspects of computing including, Programming and algorithm design, computer system organization and operation, and data representation and information organization. In this course, the primary language used is Java.

Artificial Intelligence I

Artificial Intelligence II

*Program requirements are frequently updated. Please consult school for latest offering.


IT -Artificial Science Teacher

Computer Science Students
Computer Science Students
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