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By the students,
for the students.

High school coding clubs.

  • 300 schools
  • 35 states
  • 17 countries

Hack Club is a nonprofit network of computer science clubs where members learn to code through tinkering and building projects.

Join a nationwide community of students building the class they wish they could take.

Hack Clubs are student-led groups dedicated to fostering the hacker culture in high schools. In meetings, students learn to code through building real-world projects like websites, apps, and games.

Go beyond club meetings.

Hack Clubs attend and run hackathons like Hack Chicago and Hackademia, run summer programs like Hack Camp, and compete in competitions like the Congressional App Challenge (and our challenge!).

Read about a Hack Club

We help you get started.

Online community

Talk to hundreds of club leaders/members on Slack.


Dozens of tutorials for your members to make projects.


Talk to our team online for guidance anytime.


Get materials and ideas for spreading your club.

We believe people learn best when they take control of their own education.

Hack Club is heavily inspired by unschooling. At Hack Club, there are no teachers or lectures—members work at their own pace on their own projects. Club leaders act as facilitators and provide guidance through mentoring and building a supportive community.

Coding is a superpower.

Coding is a superpower and we believe that the way we teach it should reflect that. Students should learn through building self-motivated projects, not listening to classroom lectures.

Our philosophy

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Our community

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Start a new chapter or join the network with an existing coding club.

We’re excited to meet you.

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