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February, 2012 Newsletter
Self-study computer science curriculum for kids and teens!
Learn Windows, Game, Java, and Android programming
In This Issue
  • New TeenCoder Products
  • Windows and Mac OS Support
  • Java Release Sale
  • AP* Computer Science Exam Prep
  • Write Android Programs
  • 2012 Convention Schedule
  • We're on Facebook and Twitter
Windows and Mac OS
Our TeenCoder: Java Series supports both Mac OS and Windows users! We know our Mac OS community has been very patient; now's your chance to jump on the Computer Science bandwagon.

See the FAQ on our website for system requirements!
Java Release sale
In celebration of our TeenCoder: Java Programming release, we are running a 10% off sale on this product starting Friday, Feb 24th and running through Friday, March 9th! Orders placed prior to March 5th will ship on March 5th.

See our website news for details!
AP Computer Science Exam Prep
Our TeenCoder: Java Programming course covers every topic on the Advanced Placement* "Computer Science A" exam! You can use our curriculum as part of your own self-study preparation for this exam and earn college credit.

See the course description for more info!
Write Android Programs
Our second-semester TeenCoder: Android Programming course teaches Java students how to write their very own programs for Android devices! No Android hardware or service is required; all activities are completed on a free software emulator. Get started in this cutting-edge technology today.

See the course description for details!
New TeenCoder Products
We are so excited to present our newest TeenCoder products! Our TeenCoder: Java Series will teach Windows and Mac OS students how to write their own Java and Android programs. These products are not tied to our popular TeenCoder C# Series and can be taken independently by those who want to pursue this new track.
Both new courses contain ground-breaking features for our high school students! The Java Programming course covers every topic required by the AP Computer Science exam in an affordable self-study textbook. The Android Programming course gives your teen a step-by-step introduction to Android Programming in our hands-on, high-quality curriculum format.

These new products will be offered at exactly the same prices and combinations as the TeenCoder C# Series: $75 per course or $130 for a discounted Java Year Pack.

Estimated release for the first semester Java Programming title is March 5th. The second semester Android Programming title will follow in mid-April. All customers who order the first-semester Java Programming title prior to the availability of the full Year Pack will receive a $20 coupon towards the second course when Android Programming is released. We don't want our eager students to miss out on the Year Pack savings!

Optional instructional videos for these courses are also in the works for release this summer. We know you love them, and will be working hard to make videos available ASAP.
2012 Convention Schedule
We are pleased to announce our homeschool convention schedule for 2012:
  • MAR 15-17 - TTDC, Spartanburg, SC
  • APR 19-21 - Great HS MidWest, Cincinnati, OH
  • MAY 24-27 - FPEA, Orlando, FL
  • AUG 02-04 - THSC, The Woodlands, TX
Join us to chat with the authors and take advantage of special deals!
We're on Facebook and Twitter
Have you visited our Facebook page yet? This is a great place to check out our latest information, post questions and just plain "Like" us!

You can also follow us on Twitter @HSProgramming for special sale and other announcements.
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