K12 Youth Code

A National US Coding Competition For Elementary & Middle School Students

Registration opens November 2018!

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Ten Weeks of National MIT Scratch Coding Competition!

K12 Youth Code is a national Scratch-programming league created for elementary and middle school aged students. Scratch is a programming language where children can program interactive media such as stories, art, games, animations, and simulations. As children create with Scratch, they learn to think creatively, work collaboratively, and reason systematically.

Multidisciplinary, academic curriculum-based challenges!

"powered on, ready to code!"

K12youthcode will issue weekly challenges which integrate school level multidisciplinary and curriculum-based Math, Social Studies and Science concepts.  K12youthcode serves as academic enrichment for students while developing problem solving, critical reasoning and design thinking skills required to complete the technical component of each challenge.

Develop Awesome Projects!

We provide students with the Scratch learning material they need to succeed! Students will be properly guided with tutorial videos as the weekly challenges become increasingly difficult. Watch your students improve their critical thinking and problem solving skills.  Sign up this August and give your students an incredible advantage.

Prepare Students For The 21st Century!

K12 helps to develop students into well-rounded 21st century humans. They will learn the Importance of winning, learning from loss, time management,  adaptability, and working under pressure.  Sign up today and give your students a significant advantage!

Win Cool Prizes!

Participants will win certificates, flash-drives, robot sets, laptops, swag, and many other fun prizes. Signup this Fall 2018  and  expose your students to technology and prepare them for a future of careers in STEM!

K12 YC Uses MIT's Scratch Programming

Registration for the Spring 2019 Competition is open from August 20th 2018 - December 20th 2018

Competition begins January 14th 2019

"It's important for everyone to learn to code the same way it's important to learn to write" -- Mitchel Resnick, MIT Media Labs

Students all over the world are learning code logic, problem solving and critical thinking skills using Scratch programming. K12 Youth Code provides a framework for national and international competition for our young scholars. Students will solve challenges, learn to work within teams, and win fun prizes.

The ability to code computer programs is an important part of literacy in today’s society.

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