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Code to Success – Summer 2022

Thank you so much for your interest in Code to Success 2022 in Jordan School District. We look forward to working with you. ​

Program Overview:

  • The program runs from June 13 - July 15
  • Class meets daily (Mon-Fri) from 8:00 AM -12:00 PM
  • There will be no class on July 4th or 5th
  • There are two options: a middle school and high school program
  • If students want high school credit, they MUST attend the On-Campus Code to Success program this summer. Students who complete the program in the Online option will NOT be eligible for high school credit from JSD. 
  • The high school program is open to current 8th grade students (who will be in 9th grade Fall 2022) and current 9th, 10th & 11th grade students. The high school program is best suited to students who have completed a coding course through JSD, or who completed the Code to Success Program during Summer 2021.   
  • All middle school students MUST participate in the Skill Struck course. The middle school course is open to current 6th grade students (who will be in 7th grade Fall 2022) and current 7th & 8th grade students. Current 8th grade students with limited coding experience should take the Skill Struck Course.
  • If you are confused about which program to take, think of the grade you will be in Fall 2022.
    • If you will be in 7th or 8th grade in August 2022 - take the middle school course
    • If you will be in 9th grade in August 2022 and do not have coding experience - take the middle school course
    • If you will be in 9th grade in August 2022 and do have coding experience - take the high school course
    • If you will be in 10th, 11th or 12th grade in August 2022 - take the high school course
  • There are two campus options for high school: Copper Hills High School and Elkridge Middle School.
  • The campus for middle school is Hidden Valley Middle School.
  • Middle school students CANNOT attend the Copper Hills High School or Elkridge Middle School campuses.
  • Students who complete the high school course can receive Web Development credit. This credit counts towards their Digital Studies graduation requirement.
  • Students who complete the middle school course can receive Creative Coding credit. This credit is elective CTE credit.

Questions? Contact Kami Taylor kami.taylor@communications

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