Summer Coding Academy for High School Students
July 23-27 • $795 • Register by July 13th for $100 discount

Learn to Code

What is the Summer Coding
Academy for High School Students?

The Summer Coding Academy (SCA) provides an introduction to programming for students with little or no prior programming experience. Students learn first how to think computationally and then how to solve problems in Python with an emphasis on correctness, design, and style. Topics along the way include abstraction, algorithms, data structures, and encapsulation. This is an opportunity to learn from Harvard teaching fellows.

Program Details

When: The session will run July 23-27,  Monday through Friday, 9 am - 5 pm.

Where: Classes will be held at the the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa Campus,  Krauss Hall, Room 12

Fee: $795 Program fee covers one week of instruction, lunch, and snacks. Applications received before July 13 will receive a $100 discount upon acceptance into the program. Applications received after July 13 will be accepted on a
space-available basis.

 

How do I apply?

Please contact us at (808) 956-9246 if you have questions. Enrollment is limited. Participants will be required to apply and notices of acceptance will be emailed. SCA is only available to high school students.

Technology Requirements

It is recommended that students bring a laptop with an internet browser and  any operating system. Tablets and phones will not work. For hands-on programming projects, students will use CS50 IDE, a web-based integrated development environment, to which students will continue to have access after week’s end. Additional laptop computers will be made available on a first-come, first-serve basis.

About the instructors

Maria Zlatkova

Maria is an alumna of Harvard College and a long-time Head Teaching Fellow of Harvard Collegeʻs introductory course in computer science, CS50.

Thomas Lively

Thomas is an alumnus of Harvard College and a long-time Teaching Fellow of CS50.

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Learn to Code


Summer Coding Academy for High School Students

July 23-27 • $795 • Register by July 13th for $100 discount

What is the Summer Coding Academy for High School Students?

 

The Summer Coding Academy (SCA) provides an introduction to programming for students with little or no prior programming experience. Students learn first how to think computationally and then how to solve problems in Python with an emphasis on correctness, design, and style. Topics along
the way include abstraction, algorithms, data structures, and encapsulation. This is
an opportunity to learn from Harvard
teaching fellows

 

Program Details

 

When: The session will run July 23-27,
Monday through Friday, 9 am - 5 pm.

Where: Classes will be held at the the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa Campus,
Krauss Hall, Room 12

Fee: $795 program fee covers one week of instruction, lunch, and snacks. Applications received before July 13 will receive a $100 discount upon acceptance into the program. Applications received after July 13 will be accepted on a space-available basis.

 

How do I apply?

 

Please contact us at (808) 956-9246 if you have questions. Enrollment is limited.

Participants will be required to apply and notices of acceptance will be emailed. SCA is only available to high school students.

 

Technology Requirements

 

It is recommended that students bring a laptop with an internet browser and any operating system. Tablets and phones will not work. For hands-on programming projects, students will use CS50 IDE, a web-based integrated development environment, to which students will continue to have access after week’s end. Additional laptop computers will be made available on a first-come, first-serve basis.

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Learn to Code Summer Coding Academy for High School Students July 23-27 • $795 • Register by July 13th for $100 discount
What is the Summer Coding Academy for High School Students? The Summer Coding Academy (SCA) provides an introduction to programming for students with little or no prior programming experience. Students learn first how to think computationally and then how to solve problems in Python with an emphasis on correctness, design, and style. Topics along the way include abstraction, algorithms, data structures, and encapsulation. This is an opportunity to learn from Harvard teaching fellows Program Details When: The session will run July 23-27, Monday through Friday, 9 am - 5 pm. Where: Classes will be held at the the University 
of Hawai‘i at Mānoa Campus, Krauss Hall, Room 12 Fee: $795 program fee covers one week of instruction, lunch, and snacks. Applications 
received before July 13 will receive a $100 discount upon acceptance into the program. Applications received after July 13 will be accepted on a
space-available basis. How do I apply? Click here to download application Please contact us at (808) 956-9246 if you
have questions. Enrollment is limited. Participants will be required to apply and notices of acceptance will be emailed. SCA is only available to high school students. Technology Requirements It is recommended that students bring a laptop with an internet browser and any operating system. Tablets and phones will not work. For hands-on programming projects, students will use CS50 IDE, a web-based integrated development environment, to which students will continue to have access after week’s end. Additional laptop computers will be made available on a first-come, first-serve basis.

About the instructors

Learn to Code

JULY 23-27 • $795

University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa

Summer Coding Academy for

High School Students

 

$100 scholarship if you register by July 13.

What is the Summer Coding Academy for High School Students?

 

The Summer Coding Academy (SCA) provides an introduction to programming for students with little or no prior programming experience. Students learn first how to think computationally and then how to solve problems in Python with an emphasis on correctness, design, and style. Topics along the way include abstraction, algorithms, data structures, and encapsulation. This is an opportunity to learn from Harvard teaching fellows

 

Program Details

 

When: The session will run July 23-27,  Monday through Friday, 9 am - 5 pm.

Where: Classes will be held at the the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa Campus,  Krauss Hall, Room 12

Fee: $795 Program fee covers one week of instruction, lunch, and snacks. Applications received before July 13 will receive a $100 discount upon acceptance into the program. Applications received after July 13 will be accepted on a space-available basis.

 

How do I apply?

Please contact us at (808) 956-9246 if you have questions. Enrollment is limited. Participants will be required to apply and notices of acceptance will be emailed. SCA is only available to high school students.

 

Technology Requirements

 

It is recommended that students bring a laptop with an internet browser and  any operating system. Tablets and phones will not work. For hands-on programming projects, students will use CS50 IDE, a web-based integrated development environment, to which students will continue to have access after week’s end. Additional laptop computers will be made available on a first-come, first-serve basis.