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June 8, 2016

League Student Deyvid Diego: Casa de Amistad students receive college scholarships

Del Mar Times, June 2016 Solana Beach’s Casa de Amistad has long helped local students succeed in school. In an effort to continue to support graduating seniors as they start college, the organization recently launched a scholarship fund. “We have a really generous anonymous donor making it possible to support higher education,”
March 12, 2016

League on KECR radio – listen to this great radio interview!

TOPIC: Training students in computer programming PROGRAM: “Focus on Issues” with Suong Tran AIR DATE: March 12, 2016 on KECR 910-AM–El Cajon, CA GUEST: June Clarke, Headmaster
July 1, 2015

Rancho Santa Fe School robotics team earns awards at iARoC competition, including a first place win

Rancho Santa Fe Review, July 2015 The Rancho Santa Fe Eagles-Intergalactic Dragons robotics team took home awards at the recent iARoC competition. The rookie team from R. Roger Rowe Middle School, composed of DJ Nelson, Justin Yu, James Busby, Lucas Luwa and Daniel Scuba, placed first in the Mars Navigation Challenge and third place overall out of 18 teams.
June 29, 2015

League of Amazing Programmers – Empowers Kids, Teaches the Joy of Computer Programming

Voice of San Diego Getting teens and younger kids excited about computer programming is no easy feat, but The LEAGUE of Amazing Programmers’ success teaching young people a vital skill for the future workforce proves it’s possible if you approach the craft in a fun, hands-on way.
June 29, 2015

Local school teams taking part in 8th annual robot competition at Balboa Park

Del Mar Times Newspaper, June 2015 "More than 75 students from across California will participate in the eighth annual Autonomous Robotics Competition (iAROC) at the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center in Balboa Park. Student-programmed, Roomba-style robots will compete in races, challenges, and mazes on Saturday, June 27, and Sunday, June 28. Anyone with a Fleet ticket can watch this two-day competition from inside the museum.
The LEAGUE of Amazing Programmers