Admissions The road to becoming an Array student. Begin your application today

We have no specific prerequisites before you apply to Array. We believe that anyone with the right mindset and aptitude has the ability to become great web developers in the right environment. Our application process is designed to find the very best of our applicants and then uncover their raw potential.

Applications are accepted on a first-come-first-serve basis and will close when the class is full.


Complete an Application of Interest

You begin by completing our online Application of Interest. This application includes general questions regarding your interest in our program. To complete the application, a $50 non-refundable application fee will be required and you will be asked to upload the following:


Upload Your Resume
Submitting your resume helps us better understand your professional background.


Upload Letters of Recommendation
A personal and professional letter of recommendation for review.


First Interview & Skills Test

After reviewing your Application of Interest, we will move forward with select applicants to a phone or in-person interview. During this interview, we are looking to understand more about your background and you’ll have the chance to ask us any questions you may have.

At this time, you will also be asked to complete:

Code Class

Online Coding Class
Helps us assess your logic, problem-solving skills, and experience through a short introduction to code.

Writing Sample

Writing Sample
Helps us determine your ability to effectively communicate complex ideas.


Second Interview

If the first interview, online class, and writing sample were successful, we’ll move you on to scheduling the second interview with our selection committee.


Acceptance & Enrollment

Once you have completed all the steps in the process, you will receive confirmation of your admission to Array from your Headmaster. You will be asked to enroll in a House and start time. Houses are closed when filled and are filled on a first-come-first-serve basis.