Coding & Game Design: Advanced Level 2

Completed beginner and intermediate Coding & Game Design? It's time to step it up to advanced!

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At this point in your computing education you have put in almost 100 class hours, completely dedicated to programming.  You have a strong technical vocabulary and are well beyond a fundamental understanding of how a computer scientists thinks and problem solves.  In this class you will be given more independence and input int your games.  

A Summary

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Coding & Game Design:  Beginner Level 1

Coding & Game Design:  Beginner Level 2

Coding & Game Design:  Beginner Level 3

Coding & Game Design:  Beginner Level 4


Coding & Game Design:  Intermediate Level 1

Coding & Game Design:  Intermediate Level 2

Coding & Game Design:  Intermediate Level 3

Coding & Game Design:  Intermediate Level 4


Coding & Game Design:  Advanced Beginner Level 1

Coding & Game Design:  Advanced Beginner Level 2

Coding & Game Design:  Advanced Beginner Level 3

Coding & Game Design:  Advanced Beginner Level 4


We prefer that all of our Coding & Game students are solid computational thinkers because they have already completed 




Minimum Grade 6th Grade
Complexity Level Low
Length 20 minutes / Class
Subject Area RAM

Target Audience

Ideally, a student will complete:

All four beginner levels of Coding & Game Design in 4th grade.  

All four advanced beginner levels of Coding & Game Design in 5th grade.  

All four intermediate beginner levels of Coding & Game Design in 6th grade.  

and will complete all advanced levels of during 7th grade.  


After these classes we ask student to consider attending APCS prep classes


NO.  You build a project and your test is that it works.  No class-to class testing but you will be asked to complete challenges along the way to help support and reiterate various programing concepts.