Upon being assigned a web site to develop or locating an existing one that can be improved and/or updated, each student is required to make contact with the person they will be working with and begin to plan, organize and lay out the structure of the web site. In addition, they instruct the owner how to purchase hosting and a unique domain name for their web site. Typically, only Basic Hosting is needed and we can provide assistance with this. Once the web site has been completed, or at least in a draft form for review, the students transfer the files to a host server. When the school year ends, the owner can either hire the student to maintain the site for them, or the next class can pick it up once school is back in session.
If you would like to have a web site or need your current one tuned up, please contact the class instructor, Mr. Scott Pace, at 606.574.2020, ext. 3597 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more specific information about our services or to begin your web site now, please view our Planning Document (97-2003 Word Document, PDF). Additional information can be found in the following articles: 'A new course at Harlan County High School is giving students the real world experience...', 'Meeting develops partnership between Harlan, New York'.
Below you will find a list of web sites that the students have published so far with a number of others still in production. They have done a great job and are continually improving. Many of the sites that they completed at the beginning of the year are being re-designed and show vast improvements. We hope to get them published for viewing soon. Note that some of these are still under construction. If a page doesn't have much information, it's because we're still waiting on it ourselves or are in the process of getting it completed: