University High School to offer coding academy classes

Eleven Fifty, the coding academy that entrepreneur Scott Jones launched last August, will soon offer classes at University High School in Carmel.

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High school officials announced the partnership last week, one that will see Eleven Fifty coding instructors teaching programming and mobile app development through next year.

This July, instructors will offer an introductory programming class on school grounds to students in grades 6-8, no matter their home school. The cost is $450.

During the 2015-2016 school year, Eleven Fifty will offer for-credit iOS application development classes to University students in grades 9-12 at no cost to students.

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