Learn the technology skills you need to
make apps, do well in college, and get internships

If you've been searching for a beginner-friendly program to learn how to code, welcome home.

Practice coding at your own pace
throughout high school

CodeNow is a 501(c)(3) non-profit teaching high school students how to solve meaningful problems through coding. Our program has four levels to introduce you to web design, coding, and how to come up with your own app ideas.

Join a lifelong community of technical problem solvers

By joining CodeNow, you will learn the coding, design, and problem-solving skills to make your ideas real. You'll make new friends and start living the life of a creator, rather than just a consumer, of software.

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What makes CodeNow different

There are a lot of options if you want to learn computer science principles to pass your AP exam. At CodeNow, we’ll teach you how to make apps that you and your friends can use today to do cool and interesting things (you'll also learn enough to do well in your CS classes too).

Over six years, we've helped more than 2,000 students learn to code

Large Group

CodeNow has been recognized by the White House, was selected to participate in Y Combinator’s accelerator program as part of their first batch of nonprofits, and has been featured in a number of publications, including TechCrunch, VentureBeat, Fast Company, and The Wall Street Journal.

As a non-profit we're supported by grants, donations, and volunteers to teach our students

If you're not a potential student, you can still help by connecting us with a
forward thinking company or foundation we should work with, introducing us to a young
person who is curious about tech, or volunteering for one of our upcoming workshops!

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Meet the CodeNow team

The CodeNow team is small and fierce. We’ve dedicated our entire adult lives to helping folks like you successfully jumpstart a tech career.

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