From microcontrollers to gaming PCs and from Scratch to full-stack web apps, 4‑H Computers is a club for students who have a passion for electronics and software. We work together to help each other complete projects and build friendships along the way. Our club's work culminates in the 4‑H Fair in August, where we get to show off all of our projects to the public. We are also responsible for developing and maintaining the 4‑H Fair App, a project started several years ago that our club adopted in 2020. While anyone is welcome to join our club, our club is not a class, and we are more geared towards self-driven individuals who already have an interest in electronics and software.
We have members at many different ages, but most are in middle school or high school.
We meet every first and third Friday, from 7PM to 9PM, at the Ted Blum 4‑H Center. We also sometimes meet informally on Discord to work on projects or just talk.
Have you or your parent email Paul Westbrook at firstname.lastname@example.org. Mr. Westbrook is our club's main adult leader, alongside Nada Boustany, the coleader. In addition, you may join our Discord server using the link below. Once you are on the Discord, an admin will grant you the member role, and you can chat and ask questions about our club. Once you've connected with us, feel free to come to our next meeting. Meetings are announced via email and Discord announcements.