FREEHOLD HIGH SCHOOL
Mr. Joseph Iacullo, Assistant Principal
(732) 431-8360 ext. 2014
The Computer Science Academy is a four-year program of study for students who wish to explore computer science or computer engineering as a career path. Students take at least one computer science course each year and a specialized mathematics course during the first two years of the program.
The purpose of the Academy is to provide students with the opportunity to undertake a disciplined approach to the study and application of computer science. Students will develop programming and other technical skills where application of scientific methods will yield the creation of high quality, computer-based solutions to real problems.
The goals of the Academy are to give students a solid and rigorous background in computer science principles and requisite mathematical skills to build proficiency in problem solving techniques of computer science; and to provide graduates with the background and the skills necessary to continue their education in college or enter the workforce or military service.
Final approval for enrollment in the Computer Science Academy is contingent upon the successful completion of Algebra 1 with a grade of B or better, as evidenced by the middle school transcript.