Computer Science

Governor Murphy Announces Grants to Advance “Computer Science for All” Initiative

As part of Governor Phil Murphy’s “Computer Science for All” initiative to advance STEM education, the Governor and the New Jersey Department of Education today announced that Sayreville War Memorial High School will be awarded the advanced computer science competitive grant. The school will use the funding in the 2019-2020 school year to implement courses that allow students to earn college credit while still in high school; encourage students to take the highest level of Advanced Placement courses; offer summer bridge programs to prepare students for the rigor of advanced computer science coursework; or provide classes that can lead to a credential recognized in the tech industry. Professional development for teachers was also a key component of the grant initiative. 
                                          

 Amazon Future Engineer edhesive Grant

Sayreville Memorial High School is also the recipient of the Amazon Future Engineer edhesive Grant. This grant will  provide opportunities that would inspire, educate, and train children and young adults from to pursue careers in computer science.

Courses Offered in the Computer Science Department

Computer Networking and Design (Cisco Academy - A+ certification)
Trends in Computer Science (HTML) 
Advance Concepts in Computer Programming 
Introduction to Computer Science 

Gaming Design and App Development
AP Computer Science

 Computer Science Activities during the 19-20 school year
January February April   May December 
IT Alumini Day Coding Night  Hackenton Rowan University Programming Contest

Bring a Friend to Class

Computer Science Week( 9 -15 )


 Computer Science Tutoring will be offered during the School Year
 IT Summer Bridge Program - Information coming soon.