HHS Junior Selected for Course at Harvard Summer School
Samantha Borenstein, a junior at Howell High School, has been selected to attend the Harvard Summer School, a selective residential summer program, for the Introduction to Computer Programming course. The course gives students the opportunity to master a portion of Harvard's computer science introductory course, from the basic principles of computing to more advanced topics such as arrays and strings. Through the program, students also have the opportunity to explore life at Harvard University and in the surrounding city, as well as to attend interesting seminars taught by Harvard faculty.
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