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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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Join us for the first annual STEAM in the Park, organized by Math for Service. This event is for all who are interested in participating in Math for Service events, as well as all who are interested in volunteering in Math for Service events in the 2016-2017 year. Please view both promotional flyers by clicking here and here.
Math for Service is having an open house and awards ceremony on Sunday, May 15 at Sage Hill School from 1:30-5:00 PM to showcase its numerous student-run organizations, including OC Coder.
Orange County Coder is very happy to announce the results of the 2016 Spring Scratch Hackathon held on March 25, 2016 at Luther Elementary School, La Palma. Congratulations to all the winners and participants!
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OC Coder's Second Annual Hour of Code

On December 7th, the beginning of the national Computer Science Education Week, OC Coder hosted its second annual Hour of Code. Classrooms were decorated with motivational quotes from President Barack Obama and many influential tech CEOs. There were two sessions this year, with the first session teaching languages including Scratch, Python, Java, Blockly, and Lightbot. The second session helped with AP Computer Science, and also taught Scratch, JavaScript, Python, and Swift.
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  • Scratch, Arnold Elementary +

    "It was awesome. My friends and I will keep doing this at home. If you have more classes, I will go to them."
    - Evan, 6th grade

    "Scratch is super fun to do, I would recommend it. It is fun to make games however you want. I like Scratch."
    - Aiden, 5th grade
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