The Academy of Information Technology (AOIT) at Bryan Station High school is committed to preparing students for the rigorous academic and work demands of post-secondary institutions and the workplace by:
- addressing 21st century skills, and providing a work-based learning program.
- having a well-rounded technology and core content curriculum.
- providing graduating students with an edge in today’s competitive global economy by making connections with industry businesses in the community.
As a member of the National Academy Foundation (www.naf.org), the program is structured to ensure all students will benefit from a small learning community approach in which teachers are teamed in order to best address the needs of the individual student. This four-year program will provide students with elective courses focused on the skills needed in information technology careers as well as embedding technology and other work-place skills in the core content areas.
Students will study topics such as web design, digital video & media, programming, graphic design, database and computer systems. Along with focused coursework, students will also have opportunities to participate in a paid internship between their junior and senior years, as well as participate in field trips, guest speakers, job shadowing, mentoring, community projects, and more.
Visit the website for Bryan Station IT Academy: http://ischool.fcps.net/course/view.php?id=3649