Ascende Learning focuses on serving students in grade 6~12 and offers the following Computer Science classes in the CS domain. We offer the following computer science and programming group lesson for Fall 2020. Students can also take our closely-guided self-paced classes anytime throughout the year with their own schedule.
Spring 2021 Courses
** All Spring 20201 classes are to be conducted through Zoom ** Classes are taught by Ms. Wen unless otherwise noted ** All class times are in PST unless otherwise noted.
|[NEW] Introductory Competitive Programming – by Teacher Victor||Sun 3 ~ 4:30 PM PST [ENROLL]|
|AP Computer Science A Review and Test Prep||Tue 4:30 – 6:15 PM PST [ENROLL]|
|USACO Silver 2||Sun 12:45 – 2:45 PM PST [ENROLL]|
We usually offer less number of classes in Spring semesters and will only offer some of the classes upon requests. The following classes are currently not confirmed and open to FREE ENROLLMENTS. Once a class receives enough enrollments and is confirmed to be offered, its free enrollment period will end.
|[NEW] Fundamental Python Programming – by Teacher Victor||Fri 4 ~ 5:30 PM PST [ENROLL]|
|Fundamental Java Programming (G8+)||Mon 4 – 5:45 PST [ENROLL]|
|Intermediate Java Programming||Sun 7:10 ~ 8:55 PM PST [ENROLL]|
|USACO Bronze (G9+)||Wed 4:30 – 6:30 PM PST [ENROLL]|
|USACO Silver 1||Thu 4 – 6 PM PST [ENROLL]|
Fall 2020 Courses
** All 2020 classes are to be conducted through Zoom ** Classes are taught by Ms. Wen unless otherwise noted ** All class times are in PST unless otherwise noted.
|Fundamental Java Programming (G7~9) – by Teacher Lucy ★Special★||Sun 7:10 ~ 8:55 PM PST [ABOUT][Closed]|
|Intermediate Java Programming – by Teacher Victor ★Special★||Sun 3 – 4:45 PM PST [ABOUT] [Closed]|
|Intermediate Java Programming||Wed 4:30 – 6:15 PM PST [ABOUT] [Closed]|
|AP Computer Science A||Tue 4:30 – 6:15 PM PST [ABOUT] [Closed]|
|USACO Bronze||Thu 4 – 6 PM PST [ABOUT] [Closed]|
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- Course scope and topics
- Which computer science class is a good fit for me?
- How are our courses aligned with local public school courses?
- Important considerations when choosing where to go for your USACO training? And how do our USACO courses compare with some other institutes?
- Course FAQ
Why Take Computer Science Classes?
- Computer Science has become a fundamental subject
- Computer Programming is becoming a core skill and tool for all different professions.
- Sharpen logical thinking and problem solving skill
- Be challenged and reach higher!
- Why learn Java?
- Why Learn AP Computer Science A
- Our AP Computer Science A course prepares students to succeed in the AP Computer Science A exam from CollegeBoard. Students must already possessed basic Java programming skills to continue into this course, which covers advanced topics such as object-oriented methodologies, fundamental data structures and algorithms, and more.
- Why Learn USACO
- USACO stands for USA Computing Olympiad. The best contestants participate in the International Olympiad in Informatics (IOI), the most prestigious international computing contest at the high school level.
- Our USACO courses provide rigorous training to students for advanced logical thinking and problem solving, a skill that is extremely valuable and much seeked after to prepare students for higher level educations.
** All references to AP CS here assumed to be AP Computer Science A.