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Environment for Advanced Learning Accelerated, progressive, public education in District 3 since 1983
The mission of the Computer School is to prepare a diverse population of learners with the academic and social skills necessary to be leaders in their community.  Through our accelerated, hands-on curriculum, students are challenged to solve problems collaboratively, to think critically, to reflect on their work, and to transfer their learning to the world beyond the classroom.  The Computer School aims to develop open-minded and well-rounded students through extensive engagement with the arts and technology in addition to traditional classroom disciplines.  We extend learning beyond the walls of the classroom and continually challenge students to make interdisciplinary connections. The Computer School empowers students to play an active role in their own education, their own community, and the world at large.

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CS Auction Party - May 29th!! Featured Photo

CS Auction Party - May 29th!!

We hope to see many of you at the CS Auction, hosted by the wonderful CS Parent Association. It's always a festive and friendly event, celebrating the community and raising funds at the same time. Read on for more info!
5/23 PA Meeting: Learn more about the HS Process Featured Photo

5/23 PA Meeting: Learn more about the HS Process

This Thursday, May 23rd on Zoom, 8th grade students and their adults will share some of their wisdom and experiences about applying to high school in NYC. Find out more about how to navigate this, how to support one another, and how to keep calm and carry on.
The Wizard of Oz - The CS School Musical! Featured Photo

The Wizard of Oz - The CS School Musical!

Click your heels and travel to the land of Oz with The Computer School!
Our Musical Theatre cast and crew will dazzle you with a tale told with talent and flare!
Vote now for AC in the Gym! Featured Photo

Vote now for AC in the Gym!

Please take a minute to vote for a cooling system in the CS gym.
Who can vote?
-Anyone in 6th grade or older with a "special relationship" to the UWS can vote, even if they don't live in the district (i.e., all the students, and also anyone else who works at the school or is involved with the UWS in any way).
-You do not have to be registered to vote or a citizen. ANYONE can vote.
Voting is possible through Sunday. Read on for all of the info...

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