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Students pass AP Computer Science Principles Exam

Posted 10/22/2019

AP® Computer Science Principles (CSP) introduces students to the foundational concepts of computer science, and challenges them to explore how computing and technology impact the world.

Abraham Lincoln High School would like recognize and congratulate current students who passed the AP Computer Science Principles Exam.

2019:

Sergio Borrego
Ramiro Hernandez
Ornella Kabella
Luis Martinez
Diana Medina
Valeria Solis
Ana Toledo
David Varela

2018:

Marina Bañuelos
Bernardino Mendoza

There is a perception that high school students who are enrolled in AP (Advance Placement) Classes or college-level courses are buried in classwork and have no time to be a teen. In reality, it’s the complete opposite. Many of our students are in programs like Athletics, Student Council, involved in their community, and JROTC, which happens to be the most decorative program in the state. We are so proud of all our students who continue to push themselves and their peers as they prepare for the next chapter of their lives.

AP® Computer Science Principles (CSP) introduces students to the foundational concepts of computer science, and challenges them to explore how computing and technology impact the world. With a unique focus on creative problem solving and real-world applications, AP CSP prepares students for college and career.

AP CSP can help students prepare for success not only in computing majors and careers, but a broad range of other fields and interests. Along with the fundamentals of computing, they’ll learn:

  • Creative problem solving
  • How to apply computational processes to analyze large data sets
  • Programming and global impacts of computing
  • Internet structures and important cyber-security issues

Click below for more information about AP Courses.

https://collegeandcareer.dpsk12.org/advanced-placement/