E3 2016-2017 Inaugural Graduating Class
The League is a 501c(3) non-profit institution and our mission is to provide programming instruction to underserved areas of San Diego. Our goal is to provide this instruction to as many students as possible!
Students who are enrolled in weekly classes at The League participate in a unique 9 leveled curriculum. Each level provides students lessons in various programming concepts. Students also receive UCSD Extension Program college prep credits for each level completed.
In Level 2 students write their own computer game and present their project to their peers and parents. Level 5 prepares students for the AP Computer Science Exam and Level 6 prepares students for the Oracle Professional Certification Exam. Graduates of The League are mentored, assisted in finding internships and prepared for an entry level job as a computer programmer when the leave high school.
The LEAGUE of Amazing Programmers is a 501c(3) non-profit programming school with the mission of igniting young minds through programming. We arm LEAGUE members in grades 5 through 12 with the critical thinking skills they need to prepare for science and technology careers of the 21st century.
We are unique in our belief that professional grade software can be taught to young students. This best prepares our students to compete for college and well-paying jobs.
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