Coral Springs High School Gaming Program Takes a New Level • Coral Springs Talk

Coral Springs High School Gaming Program Reaches a New Level

Coral Springs High School Gaming Club members Michael Santos, Miles Maple, Alex Garcia Diaz and instructor Jason Freedman. {CSHS}

By Stanley Spiegelman

The Coral Springs High School gaming program remains a top elective for college students.

Jason Freedman, better known as “Colts Gaming”, has helped Colts Gaming grow from a classroom to a community.

“In the ten years I’ve been running the game program, competitive gaming (e-Sports) has grown significantly, with former CSHS alumni now competing in e-Sports at a collegiate level,” he said.

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With over 150 members last year, Freedman plans to continue the tradition this year.

Students can enroll in the computer elective and join the gaming club, which allows them to receive both the academic and social aspects.

“I want students to feel like they are competing in a sport. We have club clothes, stream our matches twitchand have partnered with Flynn’s Arcade & More, an arcade in Margate,” he added.

Students who enroll in the elective course can learn how to create classic video titles, create a program in multiple languages, and create 3D models and animations. Colts Gaming topped the nation for Rocket League last school year and is hoping for the same result again.

The gaming club meets on Monday afternoons from 14.40 – 15.30

Coral Springs High School Gaming Program Reaches a New Level

Joshua Hanna, Alex Garcia Diaz, Jaden Nazir, Craig Dumas, Michael Santos, Director Vivian Suarez and Instructor Jason Freedman of the Coral Springs High School gaming club

Prospective students can email Jason Freedman at: jason.freedman@browardschools.com.

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Stanley Spiegelman
Stanley Spiegelman

Stanley Spiegelman is a recent graduate of the University of Miami, where he received his bachelor of science degree in journalism and public relations. He plans to enter graduate school in the spring of 2023 to earn a master’s degree in management.

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