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St. Luke's School

New Canaan, CT

Web Development I: Zero To Sixty

Course Description

Get up and running building your first websites! Our project-based approach teaches you how to design and build websites using the same coding languages implemented by professional software developers (HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and jQuery). By the end of this course, you will have a comprehensive understanding of Web Development utilizing the tech industry’s best practices. Codebuggers will leave ready to build their own websites in HTML, style them with CSS, and make their sites interactive using jQuery & JavaScript!

377 N Wilton Road
New Canaan, CT 06840
1 Week
Rising 5th - 8th Grades

This course is for you if

  • You have never taken a coding class and don't know where to start

  • You have taken a coding class, but aren't sure what to do next

  • You're a young entrepreneur

  • You've heard learning to code is important, but don't know anything about it

  • You want to get exposure to coding before learning in an academic environment

  • You really love to build things and have a passion for creating


HTML Basics

Fundamentals of JavaScript

Using jQuery to Animate Your Website

CSS Skills

How to Design a Polished Website

Industry Best-Practices

July 6 - 10
9am - 12pm
July 13 - 17
9am - 12pm
July 20 - 24
9am - 12pm
July 27 - 31
9am - 12pm
*Space is limited. We always have a waitlist, so don't hesitate to sign up!

Prerequisite: None. No coding experience necessary!

Included: St. Luke's School will provide laptops for each student. If you'd like to bring your MacBook from home, we'll be happy to help you set it up. Daily snacks will also be provided. 


Web Development II: Dive Into JavaScript

377 N Wilton Road
New Canaan, CT 06840

Strengthen your coding knowledge by diving deeper into JavaScript and algorithmic problem solving! Throughout this course, you will learn computer science fundamentals and challenge your problem solving skills as you build engaging and interactive websites. You will become familiar navigating the terminal, learn to use Git/Github for version control, utilize control-flow to build decision-making into your websites, and accept user input to make your websites interactive. We’ll take some of the core principles learned in the Web Development I: Zero to Sixty course, combined with your new JavaScript skills to create final projects showcasing the websites you've built! 

July 20 - 31 (Mon - Fri)
1pm - 4pm
Rising 5th - 8th Grades

What you'll learn

Computer Science Fundamentals

Advanced Algorithmic Problem Solving

Advanced jQuery Functions

Pro Workflow Tools (Terminal, Git, GitHub, Sublime, etc)

Web Development Design Principles

Accepting User-Input 

Prerequisite: Web Development I: Zero to Sixty or Codebug course equivalent.

Included: St. Luke's School will provide laptops for each student. If you'd like to bring your MacBook from home, we'll be happy to help you set it up. Daily snacks will also be provided. 



What's an average day like?

An average day at Codebug is fun and challenging! We've put together a daily schedule so you can get a glimpse into the life of a Codebug student.

Do we need our own computer?

No, Codebug + St. Luke's School will be providing MacBooks for all the students registered for the course! If you'd like to bring your MacBook from home, we'll be happy to help you set it up. 

What do we do for lunch?

Who are the instructors?

Those enrolled in the Summer 2020 courses will be taught by our founders Sarah and McArthur. Sarah's 4 years as a certified math teacher, combined with her time as a professional software developer, allow her to stand out in the world of coding teachers. McArthur has over 9 years of software development experience, so the Summer 2020 Codebuggers are in good hands!

Our summer sessions will not have lunch provided. Snacks, of course, will be provided!

If your child has any food-related allergies, let us know! We are happy to accommodate any allergies.

Is coding experience necessary?

No previous coding experience is necessary for our Web Development I: Zero to Sixty course! We accept people with little to no coding knowledge and teach them the basics of web development using best practices and the same tools as professionals!

Is there financial aid?

There is some limited financial aid available. Please contact for more information!

Have more questions? 

Send us a message via our live chat, or email us at:

Looking for other summer camp opportunities?
Check out the rest of the Summer at St. Luke's offerings!