So you think your secondary school teen can code. But what can they really do?

Published by SG Code Campus
Aug 13, 2019 · 2 min read

Here at SG Code Campus, we make sure that every student uses their newly acquired skills to be technology creatives. See what some of our secondary school students can do with as little as 10 hours of Python programming classes!

These are only a short selection of what Code Campers can build after completing our Principles courses in Python. To see what more advanced graduates have accomplished after completing our entire roadmap, check out our student achievements here.

Principles 1: 13-16 years old, after 10 hours of Python programming at SG Code Campus

Learn more about Principles 1 here.

Cherry Tree Forest. Some clever code generates custom cherry blossom trees everywhere you look...but they only "grow" where there is soil! (by Shiv) 
The Rise of a New City! Five spires generated by a landscape-tracing algorithm adorn the rolling hills under a rising sun. (A compilation of work by brothers, Mishal and Ayaan)

Principles 2: 13-16 years old, after 26 hours of Python programming at SG Code Campus

Learn more about Principles 2 here.

Going once, going twice...an original piece of pure art painted by an algorithm! by Robert
Turtle Race by Mitch - 3 Turtles battle it out on the track...who will be the winner? Mitch even added an extra touch of a chequered finish line, which is a creative use of a previous exercise in drawing squares! 
Maegan proves beyond doubt that coding and humour DO mix! What was supposed to be a simple "guess the number" game she turned into something truly hilarious. Check out the 2 sample runs at the bottom of the screenshot!

Principles 3: 13-16 years old, after 42 hours of Python programming at SG Code Campus

Learn more about Principles 3 here.

A pure-text horse race by Reza. 4 Horses make a run for the finish-line!
Winter Wonderland! A snowman is getting snowed under by much snow. An exercise in particle generation by Nicole! Anyone wants an animated Christmas card?

Principles 4: 13-16 years old, after 58 hours of Python programming at SG Code Campus

Learn more about Principles 4 here.

Happy Balls! A study in animation techniques by Salma. "Strangely Satisfying" she said. We agree!
Pong. The first computer game in the world, faithfully recreated by Edward nearly 50 years later. Unlike the original however, he uses modern Object Oriented Programming techniques!

Join us on Campus and learn how to make any one of these games, all while getting the computer science education that you deserve!

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