This week, many of Zane Trace High School's programming students will complete a monthlong fellowship with Cornell University via CodeBozu. 

     Teacher Sarah Thornton, a satellite instructor for Pickaway-Ross, said several students created a Connect Four game using the Python programming language and a junior in her class performed a stock market analysis.

     Zane Trace students worked with Rishi Malhotra, a sophomore Computer Science student at Cornell. Each Zane Trace student received a 1-on-1 mentorship from Ivy League students, adding to the Discord community. Go to to learn more about the computer science fellowship. 

     Thornton said upon completion of this fellowship, the project can be added to the high school students' portfolios and included in college application essays.