"It's actually one of my favorite classes," said senior Lisa Walker.
It's the only school in the state offering a class in one of the most sought after careers, creating mobile apps for smartphones.
"So we are starting with the Android platform and then they are going to work with the Apple software," said Career and Technical teacher Marcus Nixon, who says the district made the class available, recognizing it as a hot job.
"We've actually worked with some of the local colleges in the area, and they are saying there is more demand for these jobs in this industry than they can even put out," he says.
Students have already made two sample apps in just two weeks.
Spencer Qualls, a junior, wants to be a game developer programmer.
"So I thought I better take that class to get some background on it," said Qualls.
Most every company has the need for some type of app.
"I knew that technology was growing and in order to keep showing off your company you need to have websites and apps," added Qualls.
So why not get the training here and now for tomorrow?
"So far I love it, it's fun, concluded Walker."