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CSed Week Success

Check out this great album of photos of school Week of Code events.

Why Computer Science?


Learn more about Computer Science careers on CU Boulder's website.

Google announces $125,000 grant for computer science education in BVSD


Feb 21, 2018
Google officials announced a three-year education grant of $125,000 to Impact on Education and Boulder Valley School District today. The money will be used to provide training the teachers across the district and increase the number of computer-science courses available to students from elementary to high school.

Media Coverage

Fox31 News

Fairview Students win Lockheed Martin's Code Quest Competition


Anudeep Golla, Hongi Chen, and Saurabh Totey participated in Lockheed Martin's Code Quest competition in South Denver in April 2018.  They blew the competition away, scoring 300 points.  The next highest team scored 175. Learn more about the CodeQuest competition.

For the first time 3 Fairview students, Anudeep Golla, Hannah Zhang, and Hongi Chen, participated in the American Computer Science League All-Star Contest in Rhode Island.

The team did a fantastic job.  There are two portions of the contest - a team programming portion in which they have 3 hours to solve a set of programming problems together.  The team earned a perfect score in this portion!  Then, there are is a short answer test that each member of the team solves individually.  They did well in this portion as well.  Anudeep and Hongi were both called to the stage for scoring among the highest in their division in the shorts section.  The team ended up tying for 7th in their division, trailing the number one scoring team by only 3 points (64 vs 67).

Congrats to our amazing students!

Computer Science Week- Day of Code


Curriculum Essentials Documents (CED)'s

Computer Science Club

Boulder Valley Computer Science Club:  What Counselors need to know about CS! 

(video - Tony Jiron at BHS)


Laboratory of Playful Computation

The Laboratory of Playful Computation's Luminous Science Project explores how Art, Science, and Technology can work come together. Check out some of their projects here.

Computer Science Discoveries Curriculum

Computer Science Discoveries is an introductory computer science course designed for 6th-10th grade students. The curriculum emphasizes problem-solving,creation, collaboration, while introducing students to the many ways computer science impacts their lives. Check out their overview here.

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