NHS students learning about web design

NORWICH As technology needs increase, so do the needs for advanced technology programming to be taught in high schools worldwide.

Gradually computers have become a centerpoint in many lives around the globe. Business are moving to online operations, advertising is tremendous and the possibilities seem endless.



With the addition of the new high school business teacher Greg Bonczkowski, there is more technology-based programming offered to students at Norwich High School.

New this year is a one-credit, year-long course in web design. Bonczkowski says his course teaches students first the history of the Internet and then from start to finish how to design their own websites. There are 22 students currently taking the course, and as the year has progressed, he says there are numerous other students wanting to participate.


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