The Iron Yard In Charleston

Long known for welcoming ships carrying goods that would make their way to the rest of our country, Charleston, South Carolina has been a hub of activity since the beginning. Staying true to roots in commerce, the city has transformed itself into a modern-day port for technology companies who build products used all around the world.

We couldn’t be more excited to be working in a thriving tech economy and help build it through our code education programs.

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The Academy

We offer two intensive Academy courses in Charleston. Our grads get jobs with amazing local companies as well as awesome shops around the country.

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Front End Engineering

Learn Front End Engineering using HTML, CSS and JavaScript and basic server-side tech. At the end of the class you’ll have the skills to create beautiful, fully functional websites and web applications.

Rails Engineering

Learn Ruby on Rails, one of the most popular server-side frameworks in the world. At the end of class you’ll know how to build fast, production-quality full-stack apps.

Kids Classes

We run FREE kids coding classes out of our Charleston space. From building games with Scratch to website basics using HTML and CSS, our kids programs impart skills in fun, relaxed environment. Sign up for our mailing list to learn more.

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Meet Our Charleston Team

Sally Kingston

Campus Director

Nick Bucciarelli

Rails Instructor

Calvin Webster

Front End Instructor

City Highlights

Known for rich history, well-preserved architecture, a celebrated restaurant community and mannerly people, the Charleston area has been named Top U.S. City by Condé Nast Traveler 2013 Readers’ Choice Awards. On top of those accolades, Charleston has also become known as Silicon Harbor and for good reason—amazing food, beautiful beaches, and tons of history mean software companies are flocking to Charleston, setting up shop, and looking for talent. Here are a few of our favorite things:

Home Team BBQBeaches on Sullivan's IslandFort Sumter Historical Site

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