Computer classes for high schools students in Boston

Computer classes for high schools students
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Attend introductory to advanced computer classes for high school students Classes in Boston in our training centers, online, or at your office. We have been teaching computer classes for high school students classes in Boston for more than a decade and can help you to achieve professional results faster and more efficiently.

Need help choosing the right computer classes for high school students Classes Boston? Call us at 781-376-6044 or 800-851-9237.

AGI Training in Boston is easy to reach by car or MBTAAGI Training Boston classes are smallAGI Training Boston provides all course suppliesAGI Training Boston area office include a live instructor in the classroom and your choice of a Mac or Windows computer.

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AGI Training Boston
120 Presidential Way
Woburn, MA
01801
USA
(781) 376-6044
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Graphic Design Class for High School Students

This Graphic Design Class is part of the computer courses for high school students and middle school students offered at American Graphics Institute. In this course students learn the principles of great design and typography from a design industry professional while using professional-grade Adobe design software to create digital drawings, logos, advertisements, magazine layouts, and more. Students complete the week by creating a digital portfolio to showcase their work. No prior art or design experience is necessary for participating in this program.

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Web Design Class for High School Students

The Web design class is part of the summer computer courses for high school students and middle school students offered at American Graphics Institute. Students in the Web Design class learn first-hand how websites are designed and created, and explore what makes a good user experience. Led by professional web designers, students discover the principles of successful UX (user experience) design, exercise creative project planning, create beautiful visual designs, and bring their designs to life in a final interactive website. No prior design or coding experience is necessary for this program.

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Web Programming Class for High School Students

The Web programming class is part of the summer computer courses for high school students and middle school students offered at American Graphics Institute. Students in the Web development class learn first-hand how websites are designed and created, and explore what makes a good user experience. Led by professional web developers, students discover the principles of successful web development, and learn the foundation languages needed for creating websites. No prior design or coding experience is necessary for this program.

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AGI Training Boston

American Graphics Institute (AGI) is headquartered in the Boston area and delivers Adobe training, Apple courses, UX training, and HTML classes. AGI also provides web technology training with courses on CSS and JavaScript, and digital video courses for Premiere Pro, Final Cut, and After Effects, along with many digital marketing courses such as Google Analytics. We deliver training to more than 1,000 corporate clients in Boston and the surrounding area.

  • Expert instructor in the same classroom with you.
  • Small class size: we average six participants per course in our Boston training center.
  • Hands-on learning: we provide your choice of a Mac or Windows PC for your training.
  • Our instructors write the Digital Classroom and Creative Cloud for Dummies books.

Our Boston area training center is conveniently located at 120 Presidential Way in Woburn, with easy access to both Interstate 93 and 95, and we have free covered parking in our garage. If traveling using the MBTA, American Graphics Institute is within walking distance to the Woburn-Anderson station, which is a 15 minute trip from Boston’s North Station on the MBTA commuter rail using the Lowell line. If you are flying into Boston for your training session, there is regularly scheduled bus service to and from Boston's Logan Airport that leaves every 30 minutes from this same station.

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Residence Inn by Marriott
300 Presidential Way 
Woburn, MA 01801 
(781) 376-4000
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Courtyard Marriott 
240 Mishawum Road 
Woburn, MA 01801 
(781) 932-3200 
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Holiday Inn Express Woburn
315 Mishawum Road 
Woburn, MA 01801 
(781) 935-7666 
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Red Roof Inn
19 Commerce Way
Woburn, MA‎ 01810
(781) 935-7110‎
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