Girls and non-binary individuals learn to code and build electronics in a fun, collaborative setting. The Clubhouse meets for three hours on Saturdays from 9-12.


Children receive age and skill appropriate coding and electronics instruction, get hands-on time to develop their own creative projects and receive a lesson in “digital wellness” to promote responsible choices on computing devices.


If you are new to Boolean Girl, Clubhouse is a great way to get to know us and decide if a summer camp with Boolean Girl is a good option. At the Arlington Clubhouse you can always try the first week for free then decide to sign up for additional weeks.

Registration for MOCO Spring Clubhouse is now open!

Learn how to code classic games in Scratch such as Pong, Flappy Birds, Mad Libs and more! Using Scratch, a drag-and-drop multimedia programming language designed by MIT, children learn algorithms and programming all while developing and illustrating their own versions of classic games. Clubhouses run on Saturdays from 9am-12pm. Learn more here (page 54). Boolean Girl has the following sessions this season:

April 13, 20, and 27 at Tilden Middle School

May 4, 11, and 18 at Luxmanor Elementary School

You can sign up for our Spring STEM Clubhouses and this Summer’s Coding & Engineering Camps in Montgomery County here.

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Register for the Spring Clubhouse in Arlington County below