Coding clubs are open to any 5th - 12th grade student who is interested in learning how to code or improving their existing coding skills. No prior coding experience is required to join in on the fun for many courses.

Fall 2021 Coding Classes

$60 for 13 classes | Begins Week of October 4th

Register today using the link in the sidebar

We are offering four different coding clubs for our spring term. All courses will meet 13 times between the weeks of October 4th and January 24th. A full schedule will be mailed to all participants after registration.

All courses have no prerequisites unless otherwise noted and are open to all students. Instructors are MSOE students studying computer science, computer engineering or software engineering. 

Scholarships are available! E-mail Liz Taylor for details. 

Course Offerings for Fall 2021 Session

Please be sure to reference grade prerequisites noted below. We recommend students stay in grade levels they are associated with and students can always be moved up a class level if they are advanced. No prior coding experience is required for any course.

Python 101 Course

Tuesdays from 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. | Grades 7 and up

An introduction to Python for intermediate or advanced coders in upper middle or high school with a focus on game design.

Javascript 101 Course

Tuesdays from 6:45 - 8:00 p.m. | Grades 6 and up

Students in grades 6+ learn the skills necessary to build fun animations & games using JavaScript. Developed as a unique collaboration between education and computer programming experts.

Programming 201 Course

Wednesdays from 6:00 - 7:00 p.m. | Grades 5 & 6

An introduction to block programming for beginners in upper elementary grades with a focus on game design, animation, and music.

Programming 301 Course: Girls Coding Club

Wednesdays from 7:15 - 8:15 p.m. | Grades 7 & 8

A fast-paced introduction to block programming for coding beginners where they create simple interactive programs with a focus on game design.

This session is being offered as a Girls Coding Club. All genders are welcome, but the course is intended to be a female-focused space and will have predominantly female mentors and instructors assigned.

This program and scholarship opportunities are made possible by American Family Insurance.

Program hardware has been generously sponsored by Northwestern Mutual and Rockwell Automation.