The Community Classroom is a learning opportunity intended to give high school students in the City of Cleveland and surrounding Northeast Ohio suburbs hands-on experience in developing and enhancing their computer coding skills. A variety of languages are taught for beginning and intermediate students to better prepare them for continuing their studies within school or after graduation. Classes are taught in the Global Center for Health Innovation in downtown Cleveland. The classes utilize curriculum provided by Hyland Software. Laptops and professional instruction are provided. Class sizes are limited to 20 students per day and students have to obtain parental permission. A small fee is collected at the beginning of each semester and returned to students at the end of the semester. See below for application details.