Engineering Academy

  • AP Computer Science A

    AP Computer Science A introduces students to  computer science through programming. Fundamental  topics in this course include the design of solutions to  
    problems, the use of data structures to organize large  sets of data, the development and implementation of  algorithms to process data and discover new information,  the analysis of potential solutions, and the ethical and  social implications of computing systems. The course  emphasizes object-oriented programming and design  using the Java programming language.  
    This course counts as a core elective credit.
  • AP Computer Science Principles

    AP Computer Science Principles is an introductory college level computing course that introduces students to the breadth of the field of computer science. Students learn to design and evaluate solutions and to apply computer science to solve problems through the development of algorithms and programs. They incorporate abstraction into programs and use data to discover new knowledge. Students also explain how computing innovations and computing systems—including the internet—work, explore their potential impacts, and contribute to a computing culture that is collaborative and ethical. This course counts as a core elective credit.
  • AP Computer Science Principles

    AP Computer Science Principles is an introductory college level computing course that introduces students to the  breadth of the field of computer science. Students learn  to design and evaluate solutions and to apply computer  science to solve problems through the development of  algorithms and programs. They incorporate abstraction  into programs and use data to discover new knowledge.  Students also explain how computing innovations and  computing systems—including the internet—work,  explore their potential impacts, and contribute to a  computing culture that is collaborative and ethical. 
    This course counts as a core elective credit.
  • Intermediate Engineering/Advanced Engineering

    This is a course that builds upon what students learn  in the introductory course. Since students will come  to this class already having experience in computer aided design (3D and 2D CAD), manufacturing  (additive/3D printing and subtractive/machining),  robotics, mechatronics, programming (websites,  apps, video games, etc.), writing and reporting, and  problem solving/metacognition, the class will consist  of a shorter overview of these topics so that students  can get into skill-building projects as soon as they are  ready. Intro to Engineering and Design is a prerequisite  for this course.
  • Intermediate Mechanical & Structural Engineering

    The goal of this course is to take a more in depth look at what was covered in the introductory course. Here, we will explore more complex circuits and systems and place more emphasis on material usage, cost, and efficiency in order to make sure that we build systems that not only work, but also work as best as they can in the most cost effective way.
  • Introduction to Engineering and Design

    This is a course that teaches students how to teach themselves and how to learn: we just happen to be doing it through engineering. The course will expose students to how the world around them works and teach them the basic principles behind those functionalities so that they can create their own if they are up for the challenge. This is a year-long course where students will learn by researching, developing, applying, and iterating solutions to problem statements we come up with together; however, before we can do all this, we will give them a foundation in computer-aided design (3D and 2D CAD), manufacturing (additive/3D printing and subtractive/machining), robotics, mechatronics, programming (websites, apps, video games, etc.), writing and reporting, and problem solving/metacognition. With a basic understanding of these areas, students will be prepared to find whatever answers they need to teach themselves whatever they want to learn by building projects that necessitate those skills.
Every student prepared to impact the world for Jesus Christ

Landmark Christian School

Fairburn Elementary and Middle School Campus | 770-306-0647
50 SE Broad St. | Fairburn, GA 30213
Fairburn High School Campus | 770-306-0648 
109 Milo Fisher St. | Fairburn, GA 30213
Peachtree City Campus770-692-6801
400 Windgate Rd. Peachtree City, GA 30269
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