Our D.C. Courses

Our part-time skill courses and full-time career courses give you the skills you need to launch a new fulfilling career path or enhance your current one. Flatiron School’s DC coding classes utilize our proven Web Development Curriculum to teach students the in-demand skills needed to become professional web developers.

Change Your Career

Whether you’re looking for a full-time, in-person course or for something online, Flatiron School’s modernized and comprehensive ensures students are qualified to gets jobs as developers or data scientists upon graduation.

  • 15 weeks
    Software Engineering Immersive

    Our flagship program. Since 2012, we’ve been teaching students full stack JavaScript and Ruby and helping them launch careers as web developers at companies including Spotify, The New York Times, NASA, and hundreds more.

  • Varied length
    Online Software Engineering Bootcamp

    Our career-change coding that gives students the skills and experience to become well-rounded software engineers in as little as five months. Consider your goals, pick your pace, and relaunch your career path.

  • Varied length
    Online Data Science Bootcamp

    Our career-change data science program that gives students the breadth and depth needed to become well-rounded data scientists and enter one of the tech industry’s most coveted sectors. This course can be taken as a full-time or part-time course, as well as self-paced.

Learn a New Skill

Alongside full-time career-change courses, Flatiron School’s brought its experience and successful curricula to part-time courses for those looking to improve themselves as professionals but not necessarily change their career or industry. Part-time skills courses combine modern education with a flexible schedule.

Questions about our DC programs?

Contact our admissions team – they’re here to help. They’re reachable via email at admissions@flatironschool.com; by phone at 888-958-0569; or just click “Schedule a chat” and we’ll contact you.

“We are thrilled to announce the opening of Flatiron School’s second campus at WeWork White House, located in the heart of our nation’s capital. Washington, D.C. has become one of the fastest growing hubs for tech innovation in recent years, making it the perfect fit as we continue to expand our on-campus offerings. Flatiron School is excited to see where our growth takes us as we continue to empower students with the skills they need to build fulfilling careers.”

Adam Enbar

Adam Enbar

Co-Founder & CEO

Our D.C. Campus

Located steps away from the White House, our Washington, D.C. campus is an accessible and inspiring location to learn to code –  making it your perfect springboard for a fulfilling career in tech. Working inside WeWork’s dynamic White House location, students are surrounded by a community of instructors and colleagues who challenge and support them every step of the way.

Our Address:
Flatiron School
1440 G St NW,
Washington, DC 20005
(888) 958-0569

Events

Visit our D.C. Campus

The best way to see what it’s like to be a Flatiron School student at our DC coding bootcamp or front end web development course is to visit our campus. We host regular public meetups, lectures, and campus tours. Come join our community.

  • Community Coding Night

    Join our community for an evening of coding with fellow beginner programmers at our brand new DC campus! Our instructors and current students will be on-hand to help you through whatever coding project or course you’re working on. If you’re interested in learning with us, we’ll also have someone from our Admissions team around to answer questions about our programs. And, perhaps best of all, to help fuel your programming we’ll also provide pizza.

    Wednesday, Aug 22
    6:30 pm - 8:30 pm Eastern
    Washington, D.C.
  • "Hack" Twitter - Intro to Code Workshop

    Have you ever seen something on the web that you wished you could change? Maybe the color scheme or the layout of a website, or even the content.

    Join Flatiron School to look under the hood of websites you visit every day — and learn how to make changes to those websites (at least on your own computer) using the tools of a web developer!

    Bring a laptop and a friend and we’ll provide some snacks and drinks.

    Wednesday, Aug 29
    6:30 pm - 8:30 pm Eastern
    Washington, D.C.