Girls Who Code Club

For SCAPA Middle School

Join the Club!

Girls Who Code is a national organization promoting an interest in coding and computers for all students, but especially girls! Join our group and learn how girls are changing the world through their creations! At our first meeting you will learn how to use code to create your own emoji! During the spring semester we will be learning basic coding and you will have the opportunity to work on your own projects.

Our club is open to SCAPA students in grades 6-8. We will meet on Monday's from 3:45 - 5:00 at SCAPA. There is no fee, but you do need to register to attend.

Registration Form:

First Meeting

Monday, Jan. 29th, 3:45-5pm

SCAPA Computer Lab

Students will be dismissed at 5:00 to be picked up in the car line. Please be prompt for pickup.

Sponsor Contact Information

The Girls Who Code Club sponsor is Amy Johns, Coordinator of Instructional Technology for Fayette County Public Schools (and SCAPA parent). If you have any questions, please feel free to contact her at