Introduction to HTML, CSS, and Java Script

Saint John Vianney High School is proud to offer your 6th, 7th, and 8th grade child an introduction to Computer Coding through our Vianney Institute. The class will be led by one of our own Early College Academy Computer Science students under the guidance of our faculty member Mr. McKenna, an adjunct computer science professor at Brookdale Community College and Saint John Vianney’s Director of Computer Networks. If you child is interested in computer sciences, please continue to read the following information.

Have you ever wondered how the internet works or how websites are made? That would be thanks to coding! With this course, you will learn how to build amazing websites using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, the most important programming languages for web design. At the end of this course, you will have enough knowledge to create, deploy, and sustain a website with professional tools!

This course is centered on teaching the fundamentals of Web Design for all people with any or no prior skill level. A very common misconception is that only the smartest people can learn to code, and that is simply not the case. Anyone can learn to code, and what better way to start with Web Design! By the end of this course, you will walk away with the skills to write your own code to create your own unique webpages!

Taking this course will not only boost your still level with computers but will also set you up for future computer science classes you may take! At the end, you will be able to program HTML, CSS, and JavaScript like a boss to solve real world problems, develop software, and create the technology of tomorrow!

Course Calendar

Classes will be held on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday of each week from 9:30 AM – 10:30 AM

Based on the number of students signing up for the class we have the capability of teaching this course in a live Hybrid or Virtual model. Our virtual classes are taught in real time using “Microsoft Teams”.

The cost for the course is $150 which includes the course textbook and is open to all students who will be entering 6th, 7th, and 8th grades in September.

Dates: July 27, 28, and 2 AND August 3, 4 and 5