Use real-world technologies to learn the fundamentals of coding.

Code School is a hands-on class designed to train individuals to be entry-level software developers within a six-month course. The minimum education requirement is at least a high school diploma or GED. Students work in a small classroom setting and use real-world technologies to learn the fundamentals of coding, app development, the leadership, and the life skills needed for a successful career and job market competitiveness.

What We Do

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What You'll Learn in Code School:

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Ready to Learn with Us?

PREPARATION:
To find out which course is right for your experience level, check out the topics and prerequisites for each of our courses. If you are looking to begin a career in software development, we have courses designed to let you begin at the appropriate skill level. 

Once you've picked which option fits your goals, here are the steps you'll go through for the intake and enrollment process:
STEP 1: COMPLETE OUR INTEREST FORM
If you're ready to complete your interest form, let us know! In your message, please include the:
  • Name of the course you want to apply for
  • Start and end dates
  • Track (Daytime)
 
Once you hit submit, we will send you an email to schedule your phone interview with our Admissions Advisor.  You can complete the interest form here
STEP 2: TALK TO OUR ADMISSIONS COUNSELOR
The initial phone interview is a 15-30 minute conversation where you can learn more about the courses we offer. During this time, we also get a better idea of your goals and help you figure out how to reach them.
For the phone interview, be prepared to discuss:
  • Your background
  • Any previous experience with coding (including online tutorials)
  • Why you are interested in Code School
  • What you hope to get out of the experience
  • Your long term goals
STEP 3: REGISTER FOR CODE 101 OR COMPLETE ENTRANCE EXAM
Our Code 101 is a FREE workshop designed to spark interest and gain foundational knowledge in the growing industry of software development. This is for individuals without any prior coding experience. If you have previous coding experience, you can complete an entrance exam to see which upper level course you should enroll.

If you’re applying to a 201 course, you’ll have the option to either test-in to 201 or join us for a 102 prep course in a structured classroom setting.


Regardless of which method you choose, both will conclude with an entrance test designed to test for comprehension. During your phone interview your Admissions Advisor will discuss all relevant timelines as it pertains to your entrance test due date.
STEP 4: COMPLETE ENROLLMENT REQUIREMENTS
In order to enroll in our program, all applicants must complete a computer literacy exam, interview, and sign a financial responsibility agreement. We offer daytime, part time and self paced courses for those interested in learning software development. Successful completion of each module is needed to stay enrolled in our program pathway that leads to employment. The average Code School graduate earns $51,000 annually. We hope to see you enrolled in one of our courses soon!

Sponsors & Partners

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In-Kind Support

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Clients & Hiring Partners

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The CodeCrew Code School is authorized by the Tennessee Higher Education Commission. This authorization must be renewed each year and is based on an evaluation by minimum standards concerning quality of education, ethical business practices, health and safety, and fiscal responsibility.