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Young coders offered camp during winter break

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Published on Thursday, October 15, 2015

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Wired Minds tutoring facility is across from Riverside High School.
 
 
 

Wired Minds tutoring facility is across from Riverside High School.

 

 

 

Code.Life and Wired Minds Tutoring are offering a new program for aspiring student entrepreneurs and future coders to develop the skills necessary to create, code, and publish mobile Android apps.  

In both cases, fully functional apps will be created during the course, and students will leave with the skills and software necessary to continue developing apps. Enrollment is open through the end of November.  Each camp will have a 6:1 student ratio with a maximum of 12 students.  More information can be found here. 

Matt Adamson, a Riverside High School graduate, is a computer science student in the honors college at College of Charleston

Located in a state-of-the-art learning facility across from Riverside High School, Barry Horst of Wired Minds has created an environment that engages, equips, encourages, and empowers students to excel.  Visit here for more information.

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