The Computer Science Class standing together and smiling

Elmont Computer Science class, led by Mr. Peter Teemsma, took an intensive college level course through Stanford University in conjunction with the National Education Equity Lab Honor Society. The students learned how to code websites using HTML, CSS and Python coding languages. Elmont was the #1 overall Computer Science class in the nation with all the students finishing in the top 10%, and Runveer Khasria earned the second highest score out of every single student across the country in Computer Science. These students should be very proud of their accomplishments!

Here are quotes from the students:

“It was a great learning experience, it gave me a feel for college life” – Valery Neira

“My favorite part of Computer Science is learning how to create websites. This class is beneficial for creating solid foundation for future studies” – Mohammed Rahman

“It was a great experience to learn about coding in CSS, Python and HTML” -  Elias Zegeye

“This course offers a perfect start to learning a new language. The rigor of the course prepares you for college while also giving you the creativity to express yourself making webpages” – Evan Patterson

“My favorite thing about this class was being able to express my creativity through webpage design” – Stephan Bernandin

“The class gave me a fun and insightful experience of college level computer science” – Runveer Khasaria

“This class was so informative and it’s super cool to say I attended Stanford!” – Kayla Ghee