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MISSION
Provide the most relevant education in computer technology possible focusing on skills that will make the greatest impact on student's future careers and lives.
 Course Offerings
  • Introduction to Computer Technology
    • Mandatory for graduation
    • Introduces a wide variety of computer technologies useful in many careers
  • Advanced Computer Technology (I &  II)
    • Focused on developing student's critical thinking and problem solving skills in a technology-rich environment
    • Explores cutting edge computer applications
  • Web Design (Standard and Honors)
    • Explores the technologies that are used to create engaging and functional websites
    • Incorporates web technologies, marketing/site appeal, and graphics design fundamentals
    • Honors option teaches sophisticated web design using programming and databases (via Google App Engine)
  • Programming/Creative Game Design (I & II)
    • Teaches students the skills needed to create their own creative and original computer programs
    • Focuses on applying student creativity and problem solving
Mr Morehouse
  I love finding exciting and useful ways to solve problems with computer technology.  I also strongly believe that technology, in any form is only as good as the person using it.  Creativity, problem solving, and a solid ethical foundation are the most important things I teach.

I try to ensure the topics and technology I teach are relevant, and when possible, based on industry-standard computer applications and methodologies.
 You too can make floating heads like this in my classes!
“Technology and computers are very much at the core of our economy going forward. To be prepared for the demands of the 21st century—and to take advantage of its opportunities—it is essential that more of our students today learn basic computer programming skills, no matter what field of work they want to pursue.“ - Todd Park, US Chief Technology Officer
Millions of adults are going back to school to learn the SAME computer skills students learn in Pagosa Springs High School! 

A Surge in Learning the Language of the Internet

(New York Times, 27 Mar 2012)