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  • A Message from our Executive Director

    By Published On: January 15, 2021

    Whew! 2020 is done - congratulations and Happy New Year!  We made it through the strangest year in our lifetimes and The League not only survived but, in retrospect, we actually had some big wins. Of course, the first thing to be grateful for was that among our immediate staff and volunteer base, no-one suffered [...]

  • San Diego nonprofit is giving kids access to tech education

    By Published On: December 2, 2020

    Executive Director of The League of Amazing Programmers, Sarah Tuakli along with student, Isis talked about the program and how they are helping kids. Author: cbs8.comPublished: December 1, 2020 Link to Original Post

  • A Message from the LEAGUE of Amazing Programmers

    By Published On: July 2, 2020

    The traumatic events of recent weeks have challenged us all, often in unexpected ways. As an organization, we acknowledge that racism exists in today’s society and that we have students, families, and staff among us who are hurting. We know that hoping for change is not enough. Together, we have the responsibility to create a [...]

  • How Our Coding School Transitioned to Fully Distance Learning in 24 hours

    By Published On: March 30, 2020

    Understandably, the sudden urgency and severity of the COVID-19 outbreak has been a total shock for us all. Prior to the crisis, The League had 11 locations, dozens of staff and volunteer teachers, and around 500 students all throughout San Diego county. Our students were taking in-person programming classes 7 days a week and we [...]

  • Girls Electrical Engineering Workshop

    By Published On: July 20, 2019


  • LEAGUE Student Awarded Prestigious Scholarship

    By Published On: July 10, 2018

    Long-time student Delara Aryan has been awarded the prestigious Stamps Scholarship.  Before heading to the University of Southern California in the fall, she is spending her summer as a student intern teacher at The LEAGUE!  We at the The LEAGUE are extremely proud of Delara, and wish her and all of our other students that [...]

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