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Welcome to Bit Scouts - Orange County's most elite computer science academy for kids! Learning how to code is an extremely fun way to improve children's performance in math, logic, and reasoning. With our expert instruction and revolutionary curriculum, our students are accelerated several years ahead of their peers, giving them a significant advantage in college admissions and career choices. Register below to learn if Bit Scouts classes are available at your child's school.

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"I think everybody in this country should learn how to program a computer because it teaches you how to think.”

- Steve Jobs

The most exciting computer science academy in the world!

Bit Scouts was designed from the ground up to give 2nd-8th grade students the most comprehensive and innovative introduction to computer programming available anywhere in the world. Throughout our courses, our students become confident programmers and thinkers, designing their own apps, games, and even robots!

Students vastly improve their math, logic, and reasoning skills
Kids learn how to write real programs in real programming languages
Individualized attention from expert instructors and full-time TAs
On-site instruction at your child's school

The Bit Scouts after-school coding experience

What our students learn

Mastery of programming fundamentals

Boolean operators, conditional statements, loops, functions - we turn complex programming logic into child's play with our industry leading curriculum.

Creative application of real STEM learning

Kids learn better through play. But our students won't just be playing games: they'll build them from scratch in real programming languages along with animations and functional apps. They'll even use their learning to power hardware like robots and Raspberry Pi.

Proficiency with real programming languages

In our intro and jr. level courses, our students will master Scratch - the industry leading language for new learners. By the time they get to middle school, they'll graduate to building projects in languages like Python and JavaScript.

"Whether you want to uncover the secrets of the universe, or you just want to pursue a career in the 21st century, basic computer programming is an essential skill to learn.“

- Stephen Hawking

Leveling up with Bit Scouts

Bit Scouts uses badges to indicate each student's achievments. Earning badges requires consistent effort on the part of our students throughout the session!

Each student keeps track of their progress using the Scout Report. When an instructor notes their effort or improvement, they are rewarded with a sticker - five stickers in a row earns a badge!

Bit Scouts' Attribute Badges




The Modder Badge

Given to those students who apply their knowledge of coding to add unique modifications to their projects.

The Climber Badge

Given to those students who show dedication to improving their understanding and usage of computer science.

The Teacher Badge

Given to those students who voluntarily help their peers and share their knowledge freely.

The Designer Badge

Given to those students who put careful thought into the visual aesthetic of their projects.

The Tinkerer Badge

Given to those students who spend their free time coding, and who bring their creations back to share with the class.

Summer Enrollment

Summer registration is now open! Seating is extremely limited, so please register as soon as possible to secure a spot for your child.


Irvine (IPSF)
  • Alderwood Elementary | Multiple classes and dates
  • Brywood Elementary | Multiple classes and dates
  • Stonegate Elementary | Multiple classes and dates
  • Canyon View Elementary | Multiple classes and dates
  • Oak Creek Elementary | Multiple classes and dates
  • Rancho San Joaquin Middle | Multiple classes and dates
Saddleback College
  • Web Development | Grades 7-12 | 06/19 - 06/29
  • Web Development | Grades 7-12 | 07/24 - 08/03
  • Software Development | Grades 7-12 | 07/03 - 07/07
  • Software Development | Grades 7-12 | 07/10 - 07/20
  • Augmented Reality | Grades 4-6 | 07/03 - 07/07
  • Augmented Reality | Grades 4-6 | 07/10 - 07/20
  • Coding for Kids, Jr. | Grades 2-3 | 07/10 - 07/20
  • Coding for Kids, Jr. | Grades 2-3 | 07/24 - 08/03
Santiago Canyon College
  • Coding for Kids, Jr. | Grades 1-3 | 06/26 - 06/29
  • Coding for Kids | Grades 4-6 | 07/10 - 07/13
  • CFK - Augmented Reality | Grades 4-6 | 07/17 - 07/20
  • Web Development | Grades 7-9 | 07/24 - 07/27
  • Python Programming | Grades 7-9 | 07/31 - 08/03
  • Python Programming | Adult | 08/01 - 08/03
  • Python Programming | Grades 10-12 | 08/07 - 08/10
Santa Ana College
  • Coding for Kids, Jr. | Grades 1-3 | 07/10 - 07/13
  • Coding for Kids | Grades 4-6 | 07/10 - 07/13
  • CFK - Augmented Reality | Grades 4-6 | 07/31 - 08/03
  • Web Development | Grades 7-9 | 07/31 - 08/03
  • Coding for Kids, Jr. | Grades 1-3 | 08/07 - 08/10
  • Python Programming | Grades 7-9 | 08/07 - 08/10
SVUSD - Los Alisos Intermediate
  • Robotics, Jr. | Grades 1-3 | 08/07 - 08/11





Spring Enrollment

Select an available course in your child's district, or at Bit Scouts Headquarters. You may be redirected to another page depending on your selection!

Capistrano Unified School District
  • Arroyo Vista Elementary
  • Bathgate Elementary
  • Truman Benedict Elementary
  • Marian Bergeson Elementary
  • Canyon Vista Elementary
  • Castille Elementary
  • Chaparral Elementary
  • John Malcom Elementary
  • Laguna Niguel Elementary
  • Las Flores Elementary
  • Las Flores Middle
  • Newhart Middle
  • Shorecliffs Middle
  • Aliso Viejo Middle
  • Clarence Lobo Elementary
  • Hidden Hills Elementary
  • Del Obispo Elementary
  • Moulton Elementary
  • Oso Grande Elementary
  • Tijeras Creek Elementary
  • Vista Del Mar Elementary
Saddleback Valley Unified School District
  • La Madera Elementary
  • Rancho Canada Elementary
  • Montevideo Elementary
  • Portola Hills Elementary
  • San Joaquin Elementary
  • Del Cerro Elementary
  • Santiago Elementary
  • Trabuco Mesa Elementary
Orange Unified School District
  • Imperial Elementary
  • Villa Park Elementary
  • Chapman Hills Elementary
  • Serrano Elementary
Newport Mesa Unified School District
  • Victoria Elementary
  • Adams Elementary - Check back soon!
  • Kaiser Elementary
  • Woodland Elementary
  • Newport Heights Elementary - Check back soon!
  • Lincoln Elementary - Check back soon!
  • Eastbluff Elementary
Placentia-Yorba Linda Unified School District
  • Glenknoll Elementary
  • Rose Drive Elementary
  • Mabel Paine Elementary
  • Linda Vista Elementary
  • Fairmont Elementary
  • Bryant Ranch Elementary - Check back soon!
  • Sierra Vista Elementary
Irvine Unified School District
  • Plaza Vista Elementary
  • Portola Springs Elementary - Check back soon!
  • Bonita Canyon Elementary
  • Springbrook Elementary
Laguna Beach Unified School District
  • Top of the World Elementary
  • El Morro Elementary
Tustin Unified School District
  • Tustin Memorial Academy

"Learning to code is useful no matter what your career ambitions are."

- Arianna Huffington

Contact Us


Bit Scouts' headquarters are conveniently located in the PeopleSpace office in Irvine, California.


Location
1691 Kettering St.
Irvine, CA 92614


Email
support@bitscouts.org


Phone
1-(657)-232-1321