Center for Computer Studies Magnet Program
Carl Hayden Community High School
Students today are immersed in computer technology. The Computer Studies program at Carl Hayden Community High School offers opportunities for students to use current computers and software while studying the latest trends in technology, programming and software engineering. Beginning courses through college-level courses are available.
Students use state-of-the-art computer equipment such as digital cameras, digital camcorders and scanners to study computer graphic design, web design and multimedia presentations that contain video and music. Students use the Internet for research to complete real projects that are seen and evaluated. Courses are offered in computer graphic arts and innovative technologies. Dual college credit is available for several courses.
To schedule a tour of the Computer Studies magnet program call Jill Jones at (602) 764-3240 or send an e-mail to email@example.com.
About the Program:
The Center for Computer Studies at Carl Hayden Community High School features a variety of computer courses, most of which are not available at any other district school. Computer facilities and equipment provide business and science applications, which are augmented by a strong academic curriculum in both fundamental and advanced computer language and theory.
As one of the oldest magnet programs in Phoenix Union High Schools District we have seen huge changes in the way students use computer technology. We have grown with the demands and are continuing to offer courses that provide Carl Hayden students with exciting and rich learning opportunities.
Our philosophy is to find avenues of technology and innovation and bring it to the Carl Hayden community.
We have had many outstanding students and continue to have them every year. Our students drive us forward. It’s what makes us better as teachers.