Which class is a good fit for me?

We offer the following Computer Science classes:

Which class should I take? Here is a brief and quick way to see which one is the best fit

Details

For student with no prior Java experience, or had some exposure but not super strong foundation,  the Fundamental Java Programming course is a good fit.  This class will be aligned with the Java portion of the local high school “Introduction to Programming: Java” class curriculum and get students ready to take the APCS course or prepare for USACO competition as next step.

This course is targeted to students who have completed our fundamental Java Programming course and yearns to further solidify their learning and sharpen programming skills.  The course will teacher more advanced Java topics, with an emphasis on hands-on practices and projects.

This course prepares students to be more successful in the AP Computer Science A course, or the USACO Bronze course.

If the student has successfully taken our Java Programming course, or even the Intermediate Java Programming course (or equivalent),  he/she can take the APCS course as the next step. This class is aligned with the scope of the local high school AP Computer Science A curriculum and get students ready to take the APCS test.

Upon completion,  students will have grasped all key Java concepts that are in the scope of AP Computer Science A test, and definitely more, and be able to write Java programs to solve intermediate complex level problems, and ready to engage in larger scale projects and achieve high score for the APCS A exam.

If the student has successfully taken our APCS course, or equivalent, he/she can take the APCS Test Prep course (offered only in the Spring season) as the next step. This class prepares students to perform in the AP Computer Science A test administrated in every May and get that score of 5 that they have been working hard for!

We offer year round USACO (USA Computing Olympiad) training classes at students’ appropriate levels. USACO is the most prestigious pre-college Computer Science competition in the states. For more information on USACO: http://www.usaco.org.

We have spent hundreds of hours analyzing contest problems in all recent years and levels, performed extensive and meticulous data analysis to create proprietary materials to prepare students to succeed in their contest in the most efficiently and targeted manner.

Check out our students’ stellar performance!