Award-Winning Program!     SUMMER TECH FOR KIDS 7-16

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Virtual or IN-PERSON

Four walls can’t contain your

kids’ creativity!

Set them free to code & collaborate!

Scratch, Roblox, Minecraft, Robotics, AI & AR,

Autonomous Cars, Mobile Apps, Web Development, Game Dev, Design, Python, (New!) Cybersecurity, JavaScript, Java and more!
 

WHY KIDS 4 CODING?     
 

  • 5-Star PARENT-RATED!

  • 5-Star Employee-Rated!

  • AWARD-WINNING Microsoft Azure, Entrepreneur Magazine & Tech Republic 

  • BEST INSTRUCTORS Recruited from top colleges & universities: Harvard, MIT, Tufts, Northeastern,
    Caltech, Brown and Georgia Tech

  • AGE APPROPRIATE, project-based curriculum

  • GROUPED BY GRADE LEVEL 2-4, 5-7, 8-10

  • BUDGET-FRIENDLY: courses start at $119!

  • TEACHING IN-DEMAND SKILLS: Python,
    Cybersecurity, JavaScript, Java and C#

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Ages 7-9

Kids have fun learning to code using a blended learning approach. We integrate screen-time activities with circuits, robots, autonomous cars, and augmented reality. Kids discover their potential with a comprehensive hands-on experience.

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Ages 10-12

Tweens delve into coding on a text-based coding track (Python, Lua & Java). Projects are multi-step and instruction covers more in-depth concepts. Certificate of Completion available upon request.

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Ages 13-16

Teens learn real-world coding languages like Python, JavaScript, Java and C#. Project-based assignments in web and mobile app development and Cybersecurity prepare teens for future careers. Certificate of Completion available upon request.

Kids build problem-solving skills in a fun,

supportive, small-group experience.

   STUDENT-TEACHER RATIO   

  Remote 5:1  |  In-Person 8:1   

FEATURED PRESS & AWARDS

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Want to keep up with the tech-driven future?

Try a class in Python or Cybersecurity!

 

16 Global Companies using Python in 2022
Google, Facebook, Quora, Amazon, Stripe, Instagram, Spotify, Netflix, Uber, Reddit, Dropbox, Pinterest, NASA, Industrial Light & Magic and Lyft