Rockhurst High School celebrated Computer Science Education week just like last year in a collaboration with the KC Tech Council. Rockhurst is the only school in the region that requires every freshmen to take an introduction to computer science course.
This week is Computer Science Education Week (#CSEdWeekKC). To kick it off, sophomore Ryan Ficklin shares his experiences in Computer Science classes and club since beginning life at Rockhurst. Stay tuned for more testimonials all week! @KCTechCouncil AMDG pic.twitter.com/ZqYWX9XU4n— Rockhurst HS (@RockhurstHS) December 9, 2019
Freshmen Quint Rhodes & Marlow Owens are enjoying their first semester of Computer Science. They are lab partners and have worked together on projects in Python where they have learned to code graphics and varying functions. #CSEdWeekKC @KCTechCouncil AMDG pic.twitter.com/85wmg94DBO— Rockhurst HS (@RockhurstHS) December 10, 2019
Juniors Jack Jackson and A.J. Fraizer take a minute out of their Robotics Engineering I class to share what they like most about the department. #CSEdWeekKC @KCTechCouncil AMDG pic.twitter.com/YpQdBr9fZ7— Rockhurst HS (@RockhurstHS) December 12, 2019
Senior Ben Keefe is the lead programmer on Rockhurst's Robotics Team, The JESUBOTs. He explains his growth in robotics and coding since his freshman year. #CsEdWeekKC @KCTechCouncil AMDG pic.twitter.com/OCgs1QoATA— Rockhurst HS (@RockhurstHS) December 13, 2019