École Secondaire Beaumont Composite High School


Computing Science

The focus of these courses is to prepare students for the technology-infused work force of the 21st century.

In Computing Science 10, students will explore how to problem solve, troubleshoot, and use technology to pursue their passions. Students will explore what makes computers work and how they process information, as well as basic programming. This course consists of modules in the Computer Science stream of the Career and Technologies program.

Computing Science 20 is new this year at ESBCHS. Students will learn about game design by building on knowledge from previous courses and learning JavaScript (JS) to broaden their repertoire. Students will also have the opportunity to explore web design and will also be introduced to robotics hardware and the process of designing, developing, and implementing robotics programs.

Computing Science courses at the 30-level, which will be offered for the 2023-2024 school year, are accepted on par with other science courses at the 30-evel (with no Diploma Exam) by most faculties of Alberta universities.