Frisco is known as a hotbed for youth sports.
DFW students compete to solve challenges in areas of education, environment and healthcare, using computing skills, critical thinking to boost confidence.
iCode, the leading school in STEAM education in the Dallas area, is opening its franchise program to the public. Click to learn more about this unique opportunity...
iCode, an after-school and weekend program that offers science, technology,engineering, arts and math (STEAM) education to students in first through 12th grade will celebrate its first anniversary with a special graduation ceremony, cake smash, time capsule burial, and more.
Similar to martial arts, students’ mastery is represented by the color of their “belt,” or in this case, lanyards. Instead of moving a graduation tassel, 20 students will trade in their white and orange lanyards for yellow and red colors that represent their next level in the program.
DALLAS—March 15, 2016 – Lifestyle Frisco, the premier news site covering events the Frisco area, recently published an article on iCodeHack, the first hackathon designed for elementary, middle and high schoolers in the Dallas Area. iCodeHack will take place at the AT&T Headquarters in Dallas on Saturday, April 16th.
On February 19th, we graduated our first class ever. At iCode we are proud to recognize the discipline, commitment and perseverance of this first cohort of White and Orange graduates.
Listen to iCode's CEO and co-founder, Abid Abedi, discuss his business experience with iCode on CEO Spotlight with David Johnson.