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July 29, 2016

League Students participate in 2016 Zero Robotics Competition for middle school kids

The LEAGUE students created this video for the other teams in their group!  Watch here For more information about Zero Robotics
June 29, 2016

E3 High Students – 2016-2017 Inaugural Graduating Class

This year we embarked upon a unique partnership with E3 Civic High School to offer Java programming classes as an elective class. It has been a great success and we hope the students have enjoyed it as much as we have! We are hoping that the students have gained a love for programming and will continue their programming education. The LEAGUE is a 501c(3) non-profit institution and our mission is to provide programming instruction to underserved areas of San Diego. Our goal is to provide this instruction to as many students as possible! …read more! For more information about The LEAGUE of Amazing Programmers at e3 Civic High School click here
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.
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