Code.org will select one lucky classroom to attend a very special Hour of Code event in the nation’s capital — so special that all the details are under wraps! Winning students (with chaperones) will enjoy an all-expenses-covered trip to Washington, D.C. Students will participate in a full day of top-secret activities on Monday, December 8.
One lucky school in every U.S. state (+ Washington D.C.) will win $10,000 worth of technology. Organize the Hour of Code for every student in your school to qualify. The submission period has ended. Winners will be announced soon.
See a list of all schools signed up for the Hour of Code in your state. One public K-12 school in every U.S. state will win a class-set of laptops.
100 lucky classrooms will be invited to participate in live video Q&As with tech titans and tech-loving celebrities. Students will be able to ask questions and chat with these exciting role models to kick off your Hour of Code.
Any classroom (public or private) within the U.S. or Canada is eligible to win this prize. Your whole school does not need to apply. The submission period has ended. Winners will be announced soon.
Every educator who hosts an Hour of Code for students will receive 10 GB of Dropbox space or $10 Skype credit as a thank you gift!
Sphero is the app-controlled robotic ball changing the way students learn. Powered by SPRK lessons, these round robots give kids a fun crash course in programming while sharpening their skills in math and science. Sphero is giving away 100 classroom sets – each including 5 robots. Any classroom (public or private) within the U.S. or Canada is eligible to win this prize.
Yes. Your whole school has to participate to be eligible for the prize but only one person needs to register and submit the Hardware Prize application form here.
Any classroom (public or private school) is eligible to win this prize. Your whole school need not apply.
Yes! Private and independent schools are eligible along with public schools to win the video chat prizes.
No, unfortunately, because of logistics we are unable to offer the video chat prize to schools outside of the U.S. and Canada. All international organizers are eligible to receive Dropbox space or Skype credit.
We would love to help teachers in public and private schools alike, but at this time, it comes down to logistics. We have partnered with DonorsChoose.org to administer classroom funding prizes, which only works with public, US K-12 schools. According to DonorsChoose.org, the organization is better able to access consistent and accurate data that's available for public schools.
Due to a small full-time staff, Code.org is unable to handle the logistics of administering international prizes. Because of this people outside the US are unable to qualify for prizes.
To qualify, your entire school must register for the Hour of Code as well as complete the Hardware Application form by November 14, 2014. One school in every U.S. state will receive a class-set of computers. Code.org will select and notify winners via email by December 1, 2014.
To qualify, you must register your classroom for the Hour of Code by November 14, 2014. Classrooms will win a video chat with a celebrity. Code.org will select and notify winners via email by December 1, 2014.
To qualify, your entire school must register for the Hour of Code as well as complete the Hardware Application form by November 14, 2014. Code.org will select and notify winners via email by December 1, 2014.