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  • == Welcome to High School Computer Science== __NOTOC__ ...d, and no longer updated. This course was delivered during the 2015 - 2016 school year.
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  • ...d, and no longer updated. This course was delivered during the 2015 - 2016 school year. ...nce. We track which standards we have covered here, only for the 2015-2016 school year.
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  • == This wiki supports learning of high school computing.==
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  • [[Category: High School]] [[Category: Middle School]]
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  • == 2021 - 2022 school year == == 2020 - 2021 school year ==
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  • This Automatic Essay Writer is exclusive for high school students. I will focus on creating a similar Automatic Essay Writer as ones [[Category:High School student work]]
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  • These are the 2015 - 2016 High School Design Projects.
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  • * [[Media:Calendar 2018-2019.pdf | Click here for the 2018 - 2019 school year calendar]] * [[Media:Calendar 2017-2018.pdf | Click here for the 2017 - 2018 school year calendar]]
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  • == Welcome to High School Computer Science== __NOTOC__ ...d, and no longer updated. This course was delivered during the 2015 - 2016 school year.
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  • * [[High School Exploring computer science standards | Click here for all our standards]] [[Category:2015-2016 School Year]]
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  • In 2017 The American School of Warsaw adopted values to guide our learning. ...e outside of our school. Think big here. Also, know communities outside of school are here to help you and support your learning of computer science. Compute
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  • * [[High School Exploring computer science standards | Click here for all our standards]] [[Category:2015-2016 School Year]]
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  • * [[High School Exploring computer science standards | Click here for all our standards]] [[Category:2015-2016 School Year]]
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  • * [[High School Exploring computer science standards | Click here for all our standards]] [[Category:2015-2016 School Year]]
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  • * [[High School Exploring computer science standards | Click here for all our standards]] [[Category:2015-2016 School Year]]
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  • * [[High School Exploring computer science standards | Click here for all our standards]] [[Category:2015-2016 School Year]]
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  • .... Academic integrity expectations extend to all assessed and non-assessed school work and to all documentation produced for university and college applicati To ensure that high school students understand what constitutes academic honesty, teachers explicitly
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  • * [[High School Exploring computer science standards | Click here for all our standards]] [[Category:2015-2016 School Year]]
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  • * [[High School Exploring computer science standards | Click here for all our standards]] [[Category:2015-2016 School Year]]
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  • * [[High School Exploring computer science standards | Click here for all our standards]] [[Category:2015-2016 School Year]]
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  • * [[High School Exploring computer science standards | Click here for all our standards]] [[Category:2015-2016 School Year]]
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  • * [[High School Exploring computer science standards | Click here for all our standards]] [[Category:2015-2016 School Year]]
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