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Coding Clubs, Camps & Workshops

Community, Innovation & Creativity

CodeHER creative coding clubs meet weekly either in person or online and are for 3rd-8th grade girls and non-binary students. Club participants learn web and mobile app development, 3D modeling, game design, and tools for digital art and design. Club instructors are often alumni, trained instructors with a CS background or are Code/Art-trained teachers who lead a club as a school elective or after school club. 

Grades 3-8

1.5 hours per week

Multi-level clubs for beginner-advanced students

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Express Yourself

By adding the ART to Code, CodeHER clubs aim to have words like “creative” and “exciting” replace “boring” and “difficult” in the minds of girls when they think about coding.

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Find Community

CodeHER clubs are engaging, supportive, and collaborative spaces where girls are free to learn together, ask questions, and help one another!

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Showcase Work

Students not only assemble a portfolio of cool coding projects, but may also enter those projects in Code/Art’s annual all-girls coding competition to win prizes and gain recognition!

School Year Coding Clubs

CodeHER Jr.

Grades 3-5

CodeHER Jr. lessons focus on coding art, creativity, skills development, and fun. Code/Art Jr. girls will learn to code art animations, games, and interactive art using Scratch block coding.


Grades 6-8

CodeHER club lessons cover a variety of programming languages, including Scratch, JavaScript, Python, HTML/CSS and more!

CodeHER Summer Camp

CodeHER Creative Coding Camp is a FREE week-long virtual coding camp where girls will learn game design, 3D modeling, coded art, and animation. By week’s end, campers will have a portfolio of projects to share with the group during the camp showcase!

The virtual camp will be hosted online. This is a fun and creative introduction to coding for girls in grades 3-6. No prior coding experience is required!

Code/Art Girls Report…


said they see themselves more like a Coder


said they plan to major or minor in CS as a result of their club experience


said their club motivated them to continue coding in the future

* Data collected from 2020-2021 end-of-year CodeHER Club student surveys.