Introduction to Python Programming  for High School Students

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Introduction to Python Programming for High School Students

Introduction to Python Programming for High School Students

07/23/2018 - 07/27/2018

Class meets at the San Diego Supercomputer Center, UC San Diego, 10100 Hopkins Drive
from 8:30 am - 3:00 pm.

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Course Description

This workshop introduces object oriented programming development and design using Python. Students will learn basic programming language concepts including Python syntax, input/output and control structures. Object oriented concepts will be introduced including Python classes that contain variables and methods. Students will focus on problem solving skills by program design and algorithm development using sound software engineering practices.

This course will start with the very basics, assuming that students do not have any previous Python programming experience. It does not require any other programming experience. This course will introduce basic programming concepts using the Python programming language.

Python (named after the British comedy troupe and not the snake) is an interpreted programming language originally developed by Guido van Rossum and used by companies in the Arts, Business and Education. Since its inception years ago, Python has become one of the most popular programming languages in commerce and gaming.

Spaces remaining: 15


If you have any questions about the registration process, please contact Ange Mason, SDSC Education and Outreach, via phone at (858) 534-5064 or email at

UCSD Zero Tolerance Behavior and Web Responsibility Rules of Conduct


  • Profanity and vulgar language on the part of the student is prohibited.
  • Students may not exhibit aggressive behavior towards another student.
  • Students may not place his/her hands on another student.
  • Student conduct, either individually or in a group, that is intentionally disruptive to or designed to be disruptive to the program may result in dismissal from the program.
  • Disrespect towards UCSD staff and classroom teaching assistants will not be tolerated.


  • Digital or photographic artwork must represent the original work of the student and must not include plagiarism or copyright violations.
  • Digital and photographic artwork may not contain profanity, vulgar language, or statements that promote hatred towards an individual, race, or community.
  • UCSD staff reserves the right to determine what is deemed inappropriate.
  • Viewing or accessing material that may be deemed inappropriate by StudentTECH staff will be cause for parental notification and possible dismissal without refund.
  • Viewing or accessing video games or social networking sites during class instruction will be cause for parental notification and possible dismissal without refund.
  • The student is solely responsible for the content of his/her project creation.

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