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Information Technology

The Information Technologies programs prepare students to perform technical skills associated with  occupations in Software Development, Computer Maintenance and Network Technology/ Security.
*Students should choose two or more year long courses offered in this program in order to complete a course sequence to be considered a Concentrator
Note: These are the courses that are offered for the current school year. However, classes and locations are based on student enrollment and subject to cancelation if they do not meet minimum participation requirements.


Foundations of Coding​
Students will learn how information technology systems operate.This course introduces principles of computers, basic concepts of computer maintenance and network technologies with an emphasis on software development. Students will also acquire an understanding of the IT industry, computer mathematics, and the evolution of the computer.

Prerequisite: None
Credit: 1
Grade: 9-12
Location: SRHS, WCHS


Coding 1-2
Students will apply software theory and programming methods to the solutions of authentic business data problems. This course will offer the skills necessary to competently perform in the industry, as well as pass the necessary exams to obtain certification.

Prerequisite: Foundations of Coding
Credit: 1
Grade: 10-12
Location: SRHS, WCHS


Coding ​Internship
Students will experience on-the-job training in the software development career path. This one-semester course will allow CTE students who have completed the program sequence to experience on-the-job training in a career path. Requirements include three weeks of classroom instruction in job preparation and application and 60 hours per semester of on the job field work. Artifacts include a complete portfolio, two employer evaluations, two instructor field evaluations, a final, written summary and reflection. Students must provide their own transportation to the internship site.​

Prerequisite: Application
Credit: 1
Grade: 11-12
Location: SRHS, WCHS


Foundations of Computer Maintenance
Students will learn how information technology systems operate. This course introduces principles of computers, basic concepts of software development and network technologies with an emphasis on computer maintenance. Students will also acquire an understanding of the IT industry, computer mathematics, and the evolution of the computer.

Prerequisite: None
Credit: 1
Grade: 9-12
Location: VVHS


Computer Maintenance 1-2
Students will apply technology knowledge and skill in PC hardware and software systems with an emphasis on PC repair and maintenance. This option will offer skills necessary to competently perform in the industry, as well as pass the necessary exams to obtain certification.

Prerequisite: Foundations of Computer Maintenance
Credit: 1
Grade: 10-12
Location: VVHS


Computer Maintenance Internship
Students will experience on-the-job training in the computer maintenance career path. This one-semester course will allow CTE students who have completed the program sequence to experience on-the-job training in a career path. Requirements include three weeks of classroom instruction in job preparation and application and 60 hours per semester of on the job field work. Artifacts include a complete portfolio, two employer evaluations, two instructor field evaluations, a final, written summary and reflection. Students must provide their own transportation to the internship site.

Prerequisite: Application
Credit: 1
Grade: 11-12
Location: VVHS


Foundations of Networking and Security
Students will learn how information technology systems operate. This course introduces principles of computers, basic concepts of software development and computer maintenance with an emphasis on network technologies. Students will also acquire an understanding of the IT industry, computer mathematics, and the evolution of the computer.

Prerequisite: None
Credit: 1
Grade: 9-12
Location: DHS


Networking and Security 1-2
Students will apply technology knowledge and skills to install, configure and troubleshoot basic networking hardware, protocols, and services. In addition to learning basics of network security, students will learn the skills necessary to competently perform in the industry, as well as pass the necessary exams to obtain certification.

Prerequisite: Foundations of Networking and Security
Credit: 1
Grade: 10-12
Location: DHS


Networking and Security Internship
Students will experience on-the-job training in the networking and security career path. This one-semester course will allow CTE students who have completed the program sequence to experience on-the-job training in a career path. Requirements include three weeks of classroom instruction in job preparation and application and 60 hours per semester of on the job field work. Artifacts include a complete portfolio, two employer evaluations, two instructor field evaluations, a final, written summary and reflection. Students must provide their own transportation to the internship site.

Prerequisite: Application
Credit: 1
Grade: 11-12
Location: DHS