Computer Science Department

The ICT department aims to provide a varied, demanding and continually evolving curriculum for RAIS students based on the content standards of International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE). It is our belief that ICT is both a core and an extremely important subject for students to study in terms of its cross-curricular nature as well as the significance it has in the world of work. To meet these demands the curriculum is refreshed yearly so that students gain exposure to the latest application softwares.

Kindergarten, Elementary and EFL sections
Elementary section computer curriculum is focused on introducing the word processing and basic programming where students learn Office applications and programming skills.

Middle School section
Middle school computer curriculum is mainly focused on designing and programming softwares, where students explore the designing and programming skills using various applications. End of the course students create brochures, banners and posters.

High School section
In grade 9 & 10, students get the opportunity to learn desktop publishing and multimedia. They use creative apps to create page layouts and professional videos. HTML, CSS and JavaScript are introduced as a foundation to Web Design.

In grade 11 & 12, students follow Advance Placement (College Board) courses, such as AP Computer Science Principles. Web Design skills are implemented using various softwares, where students are able to improve their designing skills. Under Computer Programming, analytical skills are implemented to gain knowledge and critical thinking skills necessary for software development.

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