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Bozeman High students learn Joy and Beauty of Computing

The Joy and Beauty of Computing class at Bozeman High School
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John Paxton, Montana State University computer science department head, left, gives feedback to Bozeman High School sophomore McKinley Hall while working on a computer coding problem during the Joy and Beauty of Computing class on Thursday, Feb. 20, in Bozeman. High school students can receive a semester of college credit by taking the class.

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The Joy and Beauty of Computing class at Bozeman High School
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Bozeman High School work on a computer coding problem during the Joy and Beauty of Computing class on Thursday, Feb. 20, in Bozeman. High school students can receive a semester of college credit by taking the class.

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The Joy and Beauty of Computing class at Bozeman High School
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John Paxton, Montana State University computer science department head, gives instructions to Bozeman High School students working on a computer coding problem during the Joy and Beauty of Computing class on Thursday, Feb. 20, in Bozeman. High school students can receive a semester of college credit by taking the class.

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The Joy and Beauty of Computing class at Bozeman High School
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John Paxton, Montana State University computer science department head, left, gives feedback to Bozeman High School students working on a computer coding problem during the Joy and Beauty of Computing class on Thursday, Feb. 20, in Bozeman. High school students can receive a semester of college credit by taking the class.

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The Joy and Beauty of Computing class at Bozeman High School
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John Paxton, Montana State University computer science department head, left, gives feedback to Bozeman High School senior Lillie Hawkins while working on a computer coding problem during the Joy and Beauty of Computing class on Thursday, Feb. 20, in Bozeman. High school students can receive a semester of college credit by taking the class.

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Bozeman High School senior Lillie Hawkins works on a computer coding problem with the help of John Paxton, Montana State University computer science department head, during the Joy and Beauty of Computing class on Thursday, Feb. 20, 2014, in Bozeman. 

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The Joy and Beauty of Computing class at Bozeman High School
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Bozeman High School work on a computer coding problem during the Joy and Beauty of Computing class on Thursday, Feb. 20, in Bozeman. High school students can receive a semester of college credit by taking the class.

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The Joy and Beauty of Computing class at Bozeman High School
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John Paxton, Montana State University computer science department head, left, gives feedback to Bozeman High School junior Patrick White while working on a computer coding problem during the Joy and Beauty of Computing class on Thursday, Feb. 20, in Bozeman. High school students can receive a semester of college credit by taking the class.

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The Joy and Beauty of Computing class at Bozeman High School
Adrian Sanchez-Gonzalez/Chronicle

John Paxton, Montana State University computer science department head, left, gives feedback to Bozeman High School students working on a computer coding problem during the Joy and Beauty of Computing class on Thursday, Feb. 20, in Bozeman. High school students can receive a semester of college credit by taking the class.

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Programming a computer to do what you want, says John Paxton, can be as exciting as getting a magic wand to work.

“It's a little Harry Potter-esque,” Paxton said and smiled.

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