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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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The first days of school, plus some FAQ's! Featured Photo

The first days of school, plus some FAQ's!

Parents, Guardians, and Students: It was great seeing so many of you at the Town Hall! A recording of it was sent via Jupiter Ed if you missed it. Also, read this news story for FAQ's, also attached as a document.
Fall into CS! Featured Photo

Fall into CS!

It's been great seeing some of you recently, and we are all so excited to begin the school year with you - whether it's remotely or in person. We will be finalizing our class groupings and plans for you this week, so please stay tuned for more information.
Summer Reading 2020 Featured Photo

Summer Reading 2020

Read more about this year's All Community Read, Just Mercy, as well as other summer reading suggestions.
Thank you for your patience! Featured Photo

Thank you for your patience!

Greetings Everyone, Thank you for your patience as we finalize our plans. Ms. Shalom and Mr. Zymeck have both emailed families via Jupiter Ed regarding blended and remote learning, your back to school form, supplies, and much more. Also, please read the article for more info from the DOE. Thank you!