Timelapse of our class shows you a sped up interaction of our course with students and teaching them how to write code:
"As the principal of Booker High School, my personal goal is that 100% of our students will graduate college and career ready and become productive members of our society. It’s not just a goal, but a way of life at Booker High School. The majority of staff and students are working diligently to ensure that this goal becomes a reality.
So, when I was presented the opportunity to partner with Inner City Hope, I leaped at the chance because I’m convinced that this program will equip students with career readiness skills.
Booker High School’s Coding Program is not only keeping students in school, but equipping students with the necessary skills to gain meaningful employment immediately following graduation."Dr. Rachel Shelley Principal, Booker High School
"Inner City Hope USA is an inspiring new program offering high school computer programming and design courses to America’s inner city youth to help guide them towards high-paying and meaningful careers in the tech industry. For the launch of their pilot program, The Booker Project at Booker High School in Sarasota, ICH USA chose Treehouse as the primary learning resource to teach 40 high school students to code."
"We caught up with Sam Pereless, CEO of ICH USA to hear more about the program, the students’ progress and the experience of bringing Treehouse to the classroom."