Each course will contain a mixture of synchronous and asynchronous classes. There will be a 1.5-hour live lesson on Saturday and then weekly assignments. The assignment details will be posted on the website and office hours will be provided during the week to provide support. Instructors will also be accessible by Slack or email. Students will turn in the projects online and receive individual feedback from the instructors.
No. Although the goal of this program is to provide support above the beginner level, every session has multiple options for different skill levels so we are beginner friendly! If you have any concerns about whether you are right for the program, send us an email.
The program is 100% free.
We estimate that the time commitment will be 4 hours a week. The live lesson on Saturday will be one and a half hours. The weekly projects should take lesson than 2.5 hours (roughly 30 minutes a day).
No. If you are interested in participating but not in middle school or high school, just send us an email to let us know. Everyone is welcome to join!
You must have a laptop or Chromebook to participate in our program.
No. We understand that there are days when attending the live lesson is difficult. We do ask that you attend every live lesson you can. All of our live lessons are recorded and posted to the website later that day.
Check out our resources page to find our favorite websites and free courses on a variety of different CS-related skills.
We will be posting links to Zoom meetings and our Slack on the class pages so to keep our students safe and our links secure, we decided to lock the class pages. Usernames and passwords will be sent to students that have signed up through email. After the class is done, we intend to remove the links and unlock the pages for public use.
Yes! We’d love to have more members on our team. If you are interested in volunteering with us, send us an email!