From introductory computer science to web design, programming, and robotics, our Upper School computer science courses offer students many opportunities to explore their potential. Our curriculum culminates with Advanced Placement Computer Science, and we offer students a unique capstone course, Robotics @ Georgia Tech, which allows advanced students to take a college-level course during their senior year at Woodward.
- Technology Applications
- Digital Design 1
- Digital Design 2
- Technology & Society Seminar
- Technology & Individuals Seminar
- Advanced Robotics
- Robotics @ Georgia Tech
- Independent Study
- Advanced Placement Computer Science
This year-long AP course is the equivalent of three semester hours of college work. Students learn theories of computer science and programming in Java, covering topics including goal-oriented program and class design, program implementation and analysis, effective use of array data structures, and standard searching and sorting algorithms. In the spring, students may take the AP exam for college credit.