• UPDATE: Wednesday, January 17, 2018 - Code Blue – Schools are closed. Central and Regional Offices will open two hours late. All 12-month personnel are expected to report. A Liberal Leave policy will be in effect for non-emergency personnel. Evening High School Classes and Spring Registration are also cancelled for tonight.

    The TAG Center Showcase scheduled for tonight is cancelled and will be rescheduled.

    Miércoles, 17 de enero de 2018: Código azul. Todas las escuelas están cerradas. Las oficinas centrales y regionales abrirán dos horas tarde. Todos los empleados de 12 meses deben reportarse al trabajo. Estará vigente la política de licencia liberal para el personal que no es de emergencia. Las clases nocturnas de la escuela superior y la inscripción de primavera se han cancelado para esta noche.

    La exposición del Centro TAG (Talentosos y Dotados) programada para esta noche se ha cancelado y se programará para una nueva fecha.

  • Information Technology

    Overview
    The Information Technology Program prepares students to meet the demands of the 21st century with a rigorous academic curriculum, while exposing them to the varied career paths and opportunities available in the information technology industry. Students are provided concentrated coursework in networking, computer science, web design, and interactive media production, which prepares students for post-secondary training and/or a career path in the information technology field.

    Programs of Study
    The Information Technology Program features the following two focus areas of study: 

    IT Networking (CISCO)
    IT Networking (CISCO) is a nationally recognized program that prepares students for successful careers in information technology fields such as computer network design and administration, hardware, software, and network installation, local and wide area network (LAN/WAN) management and systems engineering. Program courses are designed with the option of an applied or theoretical approach. As a result, students can earn industry certifications that are the first steps to earning the CISCO Certified Network Professional (CCNP) licensure.

    IT Networking, CISCO (Cybersecurity)
    Students enrolled in the IT Networking and CISCO (Cybersecurity) pathway focus on integrated computer threat detection and defense, cloud computing, data center security, identity-based network solutions, and highly secure remote access. As one of the fastest growing fields in IT and security, the pathway offers excellent career opportunities. Recommended World Languages: Arabic, Chinese, or Russian. 

    Possible Certifications

    • CompTIA A+
    • MCITP
    • MCSE Desktop Infrastructure
    • CCENT (networking technician)
    • CCNA (network administrator)
    • Certified Network Professional (CCNP)

    Possible Majors in Information Technology

    • Information Technology
    • Software Development and Design
    • Computer Science
    • Computer System Analysis
    • Networking and Telecommunications
    • Computer Information Systems
    • Computer Graphics
    • Science, Technology, and Society

    Possible Careers in Information Technology

    • Computer Support Specialist
    • Network Technician
    • Network Administrator
    • Webmaster
    • Software Designer
    • Apps Designer
    • Network Manager
    • Computer Programmer
    • Database Administrator
    Contact Information:
    Nancy Magloire, Supervisor
    College & Career Readiness and Innovative Programs 
    2215 Chadwick Street
    Temple Hills, MD 20748
    Phone:  (301) 669-6012
    Fax:  (301) 669-6090
    n.magloirecampbell@pgcps.org