Learning Opportunities Powered by Codelicious

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Fall 2017

  • Future Coders I
    Dive into the world of coding. Students will build simple computer games and puzzles in a high-energy environment. Students will develop a basic understanding of programming utilizing the Scratch programming language and will explore additional components including electronic invention, internet safety tips, and interactive activities. Scratch is developed by the Lifelong Kindergarten Group at the MIT Media Lab.

    No class 10/17. No prior coding skills required.

    • When: Tuesdays, 5:15-6:15 pm; Sept 12, 19, 26. Oct 3, 10, 24 (6-weeks, No class Oct 17)
    • Where: Monon Community Center, 1235 Central Park Dr E, Carmel, IN 46032
    • Ages: 8 - 12
    • Class Size: Max. 15 students
    Registration closed

  • Future Coders II
    Raise your coding skills to the next level. Students will build highly interactive, challenging computer games and puzzles in a safe, high-energy environment. Students will learn advanced coding with the Scratch programming language and problem-solving techniques while having fun. Collaboration skills and confidence-building exercises will be utilized. Scratch is developed by the Lifelong Kindergarten Group at the MIT Media Lab.

    No class 10/17. Prior coding skills required.

    • When: Tuesdays, 6:15-7:15 pm; Sept 12, 19, 26. Oct 3, 10, 24 (6-weeks, No class Oct 17)
    • Where: Monon Community Center, 1235 Central Park Dr E, Carmel, IN 46032
    • Ages: 8 - 12
    • Class Size: Max. 15 students
    Registration closed

  • Intro to Web Design
    This class is perfect for teens with a love for design or technology. The fast-paced, high-energy environment will immerse students in the world of web design through lessons on JavaScript, CSS, and HTML. Students will walk away with basic programming skills and websites that they designed and built. Collaboration skills and programming techniques will be integrated throughout the course.

    No class 10/18. No prior coding skills required

    • When: Wednesdays, 5:00-6:15 pm; Sept 13, 20, 27. Oct 4, 11, 25 (6-weeks, No class Oct 18)
    • Where: Monon Community Center, 1235 Central Park Dr E, Carmel, IN 46032
    • Ages: 11 - 14
    • Class Size: Max. 15 students
    Registration closed

  • Intro to Java
    Enter the world of Java programming with this introductory class. This course contains a complete summary of the basics of Java, including control structures, loops, methods, classes, and more. With projects that include building an interactive game, students will receive a strong foundation in the beginning concepts of object-oriented programming and coding fundamentals. Additionally, students will have the opportunity to explore real life applications of computer science. Great for beginning coders and those interested in taking AP Computer Science in High School.

    No prior coding skills required.

    • When: Coming Soon!
    • Ages: 12 - 15

  • Advanced Web Design
    Advanced Web Design empowers students to take their JavaScript, HTML/CSS skills to the next level. Students will hone their skills and work with advanced programming concepts by exploring code through game/web design. By the end of this course, students will be able to create advanced web pages that are interactive with the user. They will develop programming concepts that they can apply to any field in computing.

    Prior coding skills required.

    • When: Coming Soon
    • Ages: 12 - 15

  • Intro to Digital Design
    Creative teens will love this course that focuses on gaining basic skills in graphic design. Students will utilize Adobe Photoshop, design best practices, and the ability to interpret words into visual design will be integrated throughout the camp. At the end of camp, participants will have a basic graphic design portfolio built and ready to share.

    No prior coding skills required.

    • When: Coming Soon
    • Ages: 12-15

  • Private tutoring sessions
    Private tutoring allows students to receive one-on-one instruction related to coding and technology skills. Tutoring allows students to master complex concepts in a shorter period as well as to advance their overall technology skill set. Students will be paired with an instructor after a brief discovery conversation to ensure that the skill sets and interests of the student are well understood. Tutoring sessions are scheduled in one-hour increments at mutually agreeable times and are sold in packages of four hours.

    No prior coding knowledge is needed.

    • By appointment in one hour sessions (minimum four sessions), all ages
    • Class Size: Private; 1:1 teacher:student ratio
    • Price: $225 per four-hour package
    All sessions full: please call for more information!




Sample Classes

  • Coding is Fun!
    The Coding is Fun class is a bite-sized sample of what it takes to code, design games, explore electronic inventions, and more. This one-day class exposes each student to a broad range of technology concepts and gives students the skills to take home what they have learned and continue creating. With a break for a free PinkBerry™ dessert, this two-hour class will be a fast and fun introduction to the world of code. If your child is interested in coding and wants to see what it takes to be a coder in a collaborative and low pressure yet high energy environment then the Coding is Fun is the perfect class for them!
    • When: New dates are being scheduled, check back soon
    • Where: The Microsoft Store at Keystone Fashion Mall
    • Ages: 8 - 12
    • Class Size: Max. 15 students, 1:5 instructor:student ratio
    • Price: Free
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  • Teen Coders
    The Teen Coders class is an accelerated, fun sample of coding, designing games, exploring electronic inventions, and more! This one-day class exposes each student to a broad range of technology concepts and gives students the skills to take home what they have learned and continue creating. With a break for a free PinkBerry™ dessert, this two-hour class will be a fast and fun introduction to the world of code. If you are a teen interested in coding, and want to see what it takes to be a coder in a collaborative and low pressure yet high energy environment then the Teen Coders is the perfect class for you.
    • When: New dates are being scheduled, check back soon
    • Where: The Microsoft Store at Keystone Fashion Mall
    • Ages: 13 - 18
    • Class Size: Max. 15 students, 1:5 instructor:student ratio
    • Price: Free
    Check back soon




Private Tutoring

  • Private tutoring sessions
    Private tutoring allows students to receive one-on-one instruction related to coding and technology skills. Tutoring allows students to master complex concepts in a shorter period as well as to advance their overall technology skill set. Students will be paired with an instructor after a brief discovery conversation to ensure that the skill sets and interests of the student are well understood. Tutoring sessions are scheduled in one-hour increments at mutually agreeable times and are sold in packages of four hours.

    No prior coding knowledge is needed.

    • By appointment in one hour sessions (minimum four sessions), all ages
    • Class Size: Private; 1:1 teacher:student ratio
    • Price: $225 per four-hour package
    All sessions full: please call for more information




Lab Time

  • Lab time sessions
    Lab Time is an environment where you can enhance your coding skills with knowledgeable resources on hand to help trouble shoot and provide guidance in tackling your coding challenges, Collaborate with peers to complete fun coding challenges, work on your projects, and hang out with like-minded peers! All sessions will have a minimum of two Codelicious instructors on hand for questions and support. Lab Time sessions are available in four hour packages which can be redeemed in blocks of one hour on most Mondays and Saturdays. Schedules are flexible and can be arranged once registered.
    • When: Most Mondays, 4:30p - 6:30p; Most Saturdays, 9:30a-11:30a
    • Where: Depends on scheduling. Carmel, Indiana (600 East Carmel Drive) OR Fishers, Indiana (14074 Trade Center Drive)
    • Ages: 13 - 18
    • Class Size: Max. 15 students
    • Price: $100 per four hour package
    All sessions full: please call for more information




Summer Camps

Thanks for a great summmer! Check back in spring of 2018 for new offerings.

  • Coding for Beginners
    Interested in finding out if coding is for you? This camp will bring technology skills to life for younger campers. Campers will build simple computer games and puzzles in a safe and high-energy environment. This camp will develop a basic understanding of programming utilizing Scratch technology. Fun additional components include electronic invention, internet safety tips, and interactive activities to learn coding theory. Utilizing a 1:5 instructor to camper ratio, collaboration skills and confidence building exercises will be integrated into this camp.
    • When: June 19-23, 8:30a - 11:30a (5-day Camp)
    • Ages: 8 - 12
    • Class Size: Max. 15 students
    • Location: Sycamore School, 1750 W 64th St, Indianapolis, IN 46260

  • Advanced Coding
    Take your coding skills to the next level! This camp will dive deeper into programming byintroducing JavaScript, CSS, and HTML. Fun additional components include electronic invention with littleBits, and an understanding of internet safety. By the end of this camp, campers will have have learned the basics of JavaScript, CSS and HTML coding languages and will have honed their skills by building interactive websites. Previous exposure to coding basics is required to register for this course. Utilizing a 1:5 instructor to camper ratio, collaboration skills and confidence building exercises will be integrated into this camp.
    • When: June 10-14, 8:30a - 11:30a (5-day Camp)
    • Ages: 8 - 12
    • Class Size: Max. 15 students
    • Location: Sycamore School, 1750 W 64th St, Indianapolis, IN 46260

  • Future Coders
    Interested in finding out if coding is for you? This camp will bring technology skills to life for younger campers. Campers will build simple computer games and puzzles in a safe and high-energy environment. This camp will develop a basic understanding of programming utilizing Scratch technology. Fun additional components include electronic invention, internet safety tips, and interactive activities to learn coding theory. Utilizing a 1:5 instructor to camper ratio, collaboration skills and confidence building exercises will be integrated into this camp.
    • When: June 19-22 or July 17-20, 9:00a - 12:30p (4-day Camp)
    • Ages: 8 - 12
    • Class Size: Max. 15 students
    • Location: Monon Community Center, 1235 Central Park Dr E, Carmel, IN 46032


  • Future Coders II
    Have you already had some coding experience? This camp will raise your coding skills to the next level! Campers will build highly interactive, and challenging computer games and puzzles in a safe and high-energy environment. Campers will learn advanced coding and problem solving techniques with the Scratch programming language while having fun. Utilizing a 1:5 instructor to camper ratio, collaboration skills and confidence building exercises will be integrated into this camp.
    • When: July 10 - 13, 9:00a - 12:30p (4-day Camp)
    • Ages: 8 - 12
    • Class Size: Max. 15 students
    • Location: Monon Community Center, 1235 Central Park Dr E, Carmel, IN 46032

  • Future Web Developers
    Interested in learning how to build web sites? This camp introduce young coders to web building techniques using CSS, HTML, and JavaScript techniques. Using design techniques, Campers will build web pages sure to impress friends and family! Fun additional components including electronic invention, internet safety tips, and interactive activities to learn web design theory. Utilizing a 1:5 instructor to camper ratio, collaboration skills and confidence building exercises will be integrated into this camp.
    • When: July 26 - 29, 9:00a - 12:30p (4-day Camp)
    • Ages: 8 - 12
    • Class Size: Max. 15 students
    • Location: Monon Community Center, 1235 Central Park Dr E, Carmel, IN 46032

  • Intro to Web Design
    This camp is perfect for teens with a love for design or technology. The fast-paced, high-energy environment will expose campers to web design through lessons on JavaScript, CSS, HTML and web design best practices. Campers will walk away with basic programming skills and websites that they designed and built. Collaboration skills and programming techniques will be integrated throughout the camp.
    • When: June 19 - 22 or July 10 - 13, 1:00-4:30 pm (4-day Camp)
    • Ages: 13 - 17
    • Class Size: Max. 15 students
    • Location: Monon Community Center, 1235 Central Park Dr E, Carmel, IN 46032


  • Video Game Creators
    Interested in making your own games? This hands on interactive course will instruct students on the world of video game making. Combining game design principles and animation, students will create several interactive video games to play.
    • When: June 26 - 29, 1:00p - 4:30p (4-day Camp)
    • Ages: 13 - 17
    • Class Size: Max. 15 students
    • Location: Monon Community Center, 1235 Central Park Dr E, Carmel, IN 46032

  • Intro to Digital Design
    Creative teens will love this course that focuses on gaining basic skills in graphic design. Campers will utilize Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, and Illustrator. Collaboration skills, design best practices, and the ability to interpret words into visual design will be integrated throughout the camp.  At the end of camp, participants will have a basic graphic design portfolio built and ready to share.
    • When: July 17 - 20, 1:00p - 4:30p (4-day Camp)
    • Ages: 13 - 17
    • Class Size: Max. 15 students
    • Location: Monon Community Center, 1235 Central Park Dr E, Carmel, IN 46032