Lamar University

Elgin ISD Student Summer Coding Camps

Elgin ISD Student Summer Coding Camps are unique programs that provide fun and relevant learning for students that help them read, understand, write, and apply code in relevant ways. Through coding literacy, students will be on their way to creating their own apps, inventing new technologies, and be better equipped for jobs of tomorrow. Elgin ISD Student Summer Coding Camps are more than just about code as they also incorporate much-needed skills of critical thinking, problem-solving, and creativity.

Elgin ISD Student Summer Coding Camps are developed through a collaborative effort between Elgin ISD, Austin Community College, and Lamar University. Activities during the camps are taken from the Apple Everyone Can Code and Everyone Can Create Curriculum and will be offered on Apple iPads and laptops which are available to students while attending the camps. Where possible, camps are offered at two levels:

  • Beginner - For students who have no or limited coding experience.
  • Intermediate -  For students who have previous coding experience, but would like to go further.

Elgin ISD Student Summer Coding Camps are Day Camps offered free of charge to Elgin ISD students.  

Elgin ISD is looking for 11th and 12th grade students and parents that would like to volunteer to assist with the summer coding camps.  If interested, please contact:

Patrick Reid
512-281-3434 ext 1222
Brian Page
512-281-3434 ext 1223

What to Bring

Your imagination and creativity.

All required materials and technologies for coding camps will be provided.

Dress as if it were a school day. 

Dates, Times, Locations


July 15-18, 2019


8:30 am - 12:00 pm


4th - 5th Grade Beginner Coding-FULL
6th - 8th Grade Beginner Coding-FULL
9th - 10th Grade Beginner and Intermediate Coding-Seats are limited.  Please email Patrick Reid ( for registration.


Neidig Elementary School
13700 County Line Road
Elgin, TX 78621