CHS computer students produce apps for the Global Marketplace

Carrollton High School students Zeke Ussery, Brantley Colquitt and Will Nixon created the Trojan Map app for iOS, which provides a map to faculty and students to help find their way around the Carrollton City Schools campus. The project had 16 student contributors with roughly 40,000 lines of code.

More than half of the students involved in the Computer Science Pathway at Carrollton High have published new works into the Global Marketplace.

Collectively, the program has published five iOS apps, three Android apps, 14 SnapChat filters, and more than 20 Roblox games.

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