'Coding in Minecraft' is a computer science credential program with supporting curriculum, delivered through Minecraft Education and hosted on Azure. 

The pathway comprises six courses that immerse students in a Minecraft world to develop and prove their coding skills using MakeCode and JavaScript or Python.

Coding in Minecraft North Carolina Competition 2023-24

We are pleased to announce the launch of the ‘Coding in Minecraft’ North Carolina competition for school year 2023-24.

As we approach the end of the current school year we want to challenge you and your students to get certified by letting students take as many credentials as they want!

Can your school make it to the top of the leader table and win one of our top 3 prizes?

The competition is open to all schools in the State of North Carolina using ‘Coding in Minecraft’. If you are not set up for ‘Coding in Minecraft’ yet please sign up on codingcredentials.com/nc and we will be in touch to get you set up!

If you need additional FREE ‘Coding in Minecraft’ licenses to compete please email your request to nc@codingcredentials.com.

We have created additional ‘Coding in Minecraft’ Certified Educator training courses if you want to get signed up and try ‘Coding in Minecraft’ with your students before the end of this school year. This training is optional – if you want to get started without training please reach out to nc@codingcredentials.com and we will get you up and running.


1st Prize : Surface Laptop Go

2nd Prize : Xbox Series S

3rd Prize : Microsoft Surface Wireless Keyboard and Mouse

T&C’s and Questions?

Competition is only open to schools using ‘Coding in Minecraft’ in the State of North Carolina in the 2023-24 academic year.

Prizes will be awarded based on credentials achieved per capita.

For full details and T&C’s see Coding in Minecraft NC Competition TCs 23-24

Questions? Email nc@codingcredentials.com