School District, South Florida Accelerator to host Code Skools camp

Twenty-four selected students will have the opportunity to learn all about coding at a summer camp that will be held at a local college campus, officials said.

The School District of Indian River County partnered with The South Florida Accelerator, a multi-location start up innovation aggregator, to host a summer coding camp through Code Skools. The program, which is free for selected students, will be held June 4 through July 31 at the Mueller campus at Indian River State College.

During camp, students will learn JavaScript, HTML, CSS, Ruby, and Ruby on Rails, according to officials. All applicants must be upcoming 10th, 11th or 12th grade students attending either Sebastian River High School or Vero Beach High School.

All applicants must thoroughly complete the application packet, which is due by 5 p.m. April 20. Incomplete or late applications will not be considered, officials said.

All required documents within the application packet must be emailed as one attachment to Peggy.Jones@indianriverschools.org and copied to Judy.Smith@indianriverschools.org by 11:59 p.m. April 20. 

Students will be selected April 27. Those who will be mailing or hand delivering the original documents should deliver it to the address below no later than April 20.

J. A. Thomson Administrative Complex

Attention: Dr. Peggy Jones, Executive Director of Secondary Education

6500 57th Street Vero Beach, FL 32967

 

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