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What highschool to go to

Because I don't know the best high school that can teach me this. #programmer

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Matias’s Answer

I dont live in USA, but for been a programmer, you must find a high school that teaches about Computers, maybe Electronics, that sort of things.

Thank you comment icon okey thanks : ) Jonathan
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Alexander’s Answer

Hey Jonathan!

In truth the high schools I went to ( All three ) did not have a programming course. Instead I used the computer lab at my high schools to play around with programming online and used youtube and other free resources to learn the basics. Depending on where you do land, if there is a high school that has a programming class that is awesome! But if not I recommend exploring the path the way I did!.

What are some interests you have that make you want to pursue programming? Based around that I may find some resources for you online.
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Dave’s Answer

There are probably a variety of private school options as well as public school options. If you are able to pay for a given private school and get to it, that is likely the easiest path, along with being lucky enough to have a public technical high school in your area. Here are some steps I hope will help you. In my own of Oakland, CA, there is a well-known public school with a tech focus, and it does teach programming.

1) Go to google.com and search for "san jose technical high school" but replace San Jose with your town. Look through the results carefully. In my own of Oakland, CA, there is a well-known public school with a tech focus, and it does teach programming.
2) Try another search like "technical high school programming San Jose" and replace San Jose with your town as above.
3) Ask your guidance counselor what is available in your current school based on your interests. Ask about other local schools as well.

Once you get the very basics, you can find amazing content online to learn on your own if you are so inclined. Maybe you can even find a club in your school.
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