Carolina Code School offering courses, summer camp


(WSPA) — A newly formed school in the Upstate is training people who want to be professional programmers. 

Students are now being accepted for the 12-week course.  

Carolina Code School in Greenville prepares students for a career in software development. School officials say instructors are also industry experts who provide students with one-on-one guidance.

Curriculum is designed with input from Upstate employers.

Carolina Code School also offers a summer camp for kids with three-hour sessions over five days.

Another option for those who want to learn the basics of designing a website is a two-week web development program. Evening classes will be offered during multiple dates throughout the summer.

For more information and to apply visit

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