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Code Championship

Fun, competitive, coding tournaments for young coders.

Bring coding to your school, club, or organization.

I love how easy it is to actually do the coding. It truly requires no previous coding experience or knowledge, yet at the same time the more you work with it the more conceptual understanding you get with it. Plus it's fun; that's a huge plus!

- Nathan, Executive Director, Exploration High School

What is Code Championship?

Code Championship is a competitive computer coding platform for teachers, parents and coding instructors.

To Create a Tournament, your coders need to know:

  • how to type
  • how to use a mouse
  • how to work hard and have fun

Check out this video for a peek into what that looks like!

It was so fun! The kids were so engaged and helping each other and it really encouraged healthy competition.

- Amanda, Volunteer, CoderDojo St Paul

Official Rankings

12 and Under
1
Sebby B
Maple Grove
Elo Rating: 1629
Record: 6 - 0 - 0
2
Rohan K
Valley Crossing
Elo Rating: 1605
Record: 4 - 3 - 0
3
Elizabeth K
Valley Crossing
Elo Rating: 1604
Record: 3 - 2 - 1
15 and Under
1
Sebby B
Maple Grove
Elo Rating: 1629
Record: 6 - 0 - 0
2
Andy K
Eden Prairie
Elo Rating: 1619
Record: 5 - 1 - 0
3
Addi W
Lakeville North
Elo Rating: 1609
Record: 4 - 2 - 1
Collegiate
1
Maddie R
Anoka-Ramsey
Elo Rating: 1643
Record: 9 - 0 - 0
2
Daniel A
Minnesota
Elo Rating: 1628
Record: 7 - 1 - 0
3
Dan S
St Olaf
Elo Rating: 1621
Record: 11 - 6 - 0

Official Rankings are based on official tournaments. If you know a coder who you believe belongs in the official rankings, it may be time to create a tournament.

This is great. Our students enjoyed it and last year we got some kids coding who don't normally engage with computer science. Huge win.

- Zach, Teacher, International School of Minnesota

Who is Code Championship?

We are a group of highly energetic teachers and software developers who believe that all students should learn a little bit about code. Even if they're not professional software developers, - and we don't believe everyone has to be - code is going to be such an important part of their lives, that they should know at least a little bit about it.

How do we teach the next generation?

If we've learned anything over the past five years of teaching kids to code, it is that Learning follows Excitement.

How do we excite the next generation?

Competitive computer coding. We wanted to bring a sports-like mentality to code, to make coding more like a sport, and we did it by making code competitive. We created games that make practicing worth it.

Ready to excite the next generation?