Scholarship Information

At SBCS, we believe that technology education should be accessible for all students. Through our community partners we are able to provide scholarships for our programs. Here are some frequently asked questions and answers about how our scholarships work:

How do I apply for a scholarship?

Fill out the "Scholarships" section of the application for our program on the sign up page. The "Sign Up" button at the bottom will take you to the sign up page.

How does SBCS assess need?

Need is assessed based on income level, adult to child ratio in the household, and financial assistance, compared with national and regional statistics to determine how much assistance to provide.

How much does SBCS award in scholarships?

We provide both full and partial scholarships depending on the level of need.

How long does it take us to evaluate scholarship applications?

It can take one to two weeks for a scholarship application to be evaluated. Once we have reviewed your scholarship application, you will receive an email from SBCS with a scholarship offer or an inquiry for more information.

Have more questions?

Don't hesitate to reach out via the contact form on the bottom of the home page, drop us a Facebook message, or reach out to info@southbendcodeschool.com.

Ages 7-12

Students start by learning the basics of coding and computer programming by designing their own projects using visual blocks and have the ability to work their way up to learning coding languages such as HTML, CSS, and Javascript.

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Computer science concepts

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Build games and websites

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Logic based thinking

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Creative problem solving

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Collaborative learning

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Intro to web development

Ages 13-18

Students learn coding languages and concepts, build real-world applications, and develop a portfolio of work, while gaining exposure to broader opportunities in technology and learning about tech career pathways.

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Build with professional tools

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Design concepts

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Exposure to tech careers

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Unity, C#

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What is code?

Simply put, code is the language computers use. Almost everything we use today has been touched by code. From video games to the checkout system at the grocery store, code is a critical part of our daily lives. South Bend Code School was formed as a way to give students experience and familiarity with coding.

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