Create new worlds with computer science

For students in 4th grade
In the 14-week Creative Computing program, older elementary students will bring their imagination to life by coding their own creative projects, while learning the basics of computer science with their friends. Projects include animations, storytelling, the arts and game design.


Spring 2019 Course: CS First
Code an animation, story or game. Share with friends.

The activities introduce students to computer science and the visual programming language Scratch. Different themes attract and engage students of varying backgrounds and interests. No prior coding experience is required.


Program Goals

  • Understand computer science as a creative experience and tool for personal expression

  • Increase confidence when using computers

  • Instill courage to try new things

  • Grow perseverance when tackling difficult problems

  • Provide a sense of belonging in technology for underrepresented students

  • Collaborate with peers using pair programming and by working in project teams

  • Understand the impact that computer science has in careers and communities


Creative Computing kicks off February 2

14-week course
You are welcome to register your student for any of the following Saturday or weekday locations that best fits your schedule and geography - or a partner location that already serves your family. 


The MIX Coworking & Creative Space
9125 Diceman Drive
Dallas, TX 75218

Wednesday Location

Bottle Rocket 
14841 Dallas Pkwy, Floor 9
Addison, TX 75254

Thursday Location

Alkami Technology
5601 Granite Parkway
Ste. 120
Plano, TX 75024

Partner Locations

Wesley-Rankin Community Center
3100 Crossman Ave
Dallas, TX 75212


Questions about registration?

Contact Ben Davis:, 214-442-1635