Upperline Class of 2016

 

Upperline proudly hosted over 140 high schoolers in New York City and Greenwich, CT during the summer of 2016. Learn more about the class and read their stories.

Class Summary

Total number of campers: 140

Total number of apps built: 70

Campers with no coding experience: 65%

Campers with some coding experience: 35%

Campers preparing to take AP Computer Science: 80%

Gender breakdown: 65% male; 35% female

Example schools represented: Trevor Day, Dalton, Beacon School, Stuyvesant, Greenwich Academy, Ramaz School, Trinity High School & Dwight-Englewood.

Student Spotlights

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Connecting passions to coding 

Emma is a student who has taken her passion for code back to her school. She is leader of the code club at Brearley, as well as being an amazing soccer player. 

 
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A CURIOSITY TO UNDERSTAND APP TECHNOLOGY

David attends the Ramaz School on the Upper East Side and is going to be a sophomore this fall. He became interested in coding to better understand the technology behind apps he used on a daily basis. 

 
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FROM BEGINNER TO LAUNCHING APPS

Holly took an Intro to Computer Science course at her school. It was Java basics and was enjoyable, but extremely easy and there were no real challenges. She joined Upperline for a summer to take her skills to the next level.