South Bend Code School is an app incubator for teens and young adults that grants students experience conceptualizing, designing, and building an application that works towards solving real world problems. Whether a student is looking for a highly employable skill set or a better foundation to propel them into higher education, South Bend Code School is here to help.
At the end of the program, all Code School students present their applications at a major tech company, such as Google or Facebook, and exit with a portfolio of work. Additionally, students have the opportunity to join Code Legion, a weekly class for students who have been through our initial program and want to continue building and learning with technology.
We work to promote a culturally diverse and inclusive atmosphere for all of our students. Bringing students of different cultural backgrounds together enhances complex thinking and yields a better classroom experience for all.
Students who have completed our program
Individuals served by South Bend Code School through our various programs, school visits, and events
Websites built by students
South Bend Code School is committed to helping students obtain the technical skills that will lead to new levels of academic and professional accomplishment. Students will not only build their own applications, but also learn about entrepreneurship, preparing for college, and personal development.
The instructors we bring into the classroom come with a unique combination of skills. They have the ability to relate to students of all backgrounds on a personal level and have the knowledge to help students to break through technical roadblocks.
Alex Liggins | Co-founder
Chris Frederick | Co-founder
Alex Sejdinaj | Co-founder
Brandon Rich | Developer
David Mattia | Instructor
Travis Gayle | Instructor
David Lewis | Instructor
Madelyn Nelson | Instructor
Shaun Whitfield | Instructor
Michael Kennel | Developer
Phillip Williams | Community Outreach