The LEAGUE of Amazing Programmers is a 501c(3) non-profit programming school with the mission of igniting young minds through programming. We arm LEAGUE members in grades 5 through 12 with the critical thinking skills they need to prepare for science and technology careers of the 21st century.

We are unique in our belief that professional grade software can be taught to young students. This best prepares our students to compete for college and well-paying jobs.

Click here for an overview of our curriculum.

The LEAGUE trains young students to write computer programs using object-oriented programming platforms such as Java, Apple Swift, Google Android and more…

The LEAGUE is unique in that:

  • We code amazing video games, social media, mobile device apps and automated robots
  • Our recipe- and level-driven curriculum inspires rapid achievement
  • We teach in-person so that league members get personalized attention to optimize their learning
  • We rely directly on software professional volunteers to provide expert in-class teaching
  • We are passionate about what we do and it shows in the results.

The San Diego LEAGUE central classroom is located in Carmel Valley
12625 High Bluff Drive #113 San Diego, CA 92130
(858) 284-0481

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Our vision: to transform lives in a thought-provoking fashion and cultivate America’s future technology leaders

Writing computer programs can be a challenging, yet extremely satisfying personal experience that leads to rewarding careers. We believe young kids’ lives are changed in a positive way through the self-confidence gained from the mastery of computer programming.

Equally important, we make programming a lively process of discovery so that students embrace the rewards of coding. Programming is challenging, yet we make it fun and playful. Coding seems mysterious, but we unlock mysteries together as a team. Our school is designed for kids to have fun, make friends and think hard at the same time!

A guiding principal: Amazing awaits everyone

The LEAGUE strives for an equal balance between boys and girls in the program. Further, we aim for a 50% scholarship rate to reach the full range of students in financial need. Reaching one student in need can ultimately transform an entire family’s life for the better.

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