• Third Annual Hour of Code RecapRead More

  • STEAM in the Park 2016 RecapRead More

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  • Scratch classes teach 4-6th graders the basics of programming by simplifying code into blocks. Students can make various interactive games in our four-level classes.

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  • Volunteers visit local senior centers weekly to help seniors with newly developed technology that they are not yet familiar with.

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Welcome to Orange County Coder!

We are a group of high school students dedicated to serving the Orange County community using our programming skills. We provide free coding lessons, develop service-learning applications, and promote the need to develop computational thinking skills in classrooms.
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Math for Service has opened its annual board application. If you are interested in being a board member for OC Coder, please click here to access the application information. Applications will be due March 1, 2017. Good luck!
Hour of Code is a one-hour introduction to computer science, designed to demystify code and show that anybody can learn the basics. OC Coder's annual Hour of Code event was be held on December 5, 2016 from 4:00-6:30pm at Ardent Northwood. Click here for a recap.
Our Scratch Sessions will be starting up again in February, and registration will open at around 1/31/17. USACO classes will continue to be held every first and third Saturday. Girls who Code class will be held every Friday. Please check out each department tab for more information.
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OC Coder's Third Annual Hour of Code

On December 5th, OC Coder participated for the third consecutive year as one of the event locations for Hour of Code, a global movement dedicated to introducing computer science and programming to the next generation. Students were only given one hour to code but left class with a lifetime skill. Over 115 students from 3-8th grades, taught and guided by 17 OC Coder volunteers, participated in the Hour of Code event. Languages taught included Scratch, Python, Javascript, Java, and Web Development.
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  • Scratch, Luther Elementary +

    "This class was great, amazing, and mind blowing!"

    "Only one thing. THIS IS EPIC!!!"

    "I liked today's lesson and I've never heard of coding until now. I wish I can take more Scratch classes."
    - students
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