Computer Science Department

Junior High students learn basic keyboarding and computer applications, and then improve these skills in 8th grade by creating and designing their own newspaper using Word, Excel, Paint, and other Microsoft applications.

Advanced High School students learn about computer science in the real world, including four fundamental focus areas: theory, tools, modeling, and programming. They begin with PC and electronic "tear down" to see what’s "under the hood", and then investigate cyber security, networking, hacking, modeling, and programming.  Robots are even likely to visit the classroom/laboratory!

Computer Science Faculty

Barbara Irr

B.S., Management, Purdue University
Started at FCS in 2015
Attends Northview Church