TECH CLASSES FOR KIDS & TEENS
Award-Winning Tech Program
for Kids & Teens
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What We Do
Kids 4 Coding provides innovative, hands-on projects and challenges that propel kids to
tech readiness and demonstrate real world value.
Our affordable course offerings capture kids’ imaginations with connections to their interests
and passions, with a solid foundation of practical STEM education.
Our program fills gaps in tech education, preparing future engineers, programmers and entrepreneurs in roles that haven’t even been invented yet. Our fun, engaging curriculum creates the basis for tech fluency our future society will require.
“Coding is the language of the future, and every girl should learn it. As I've learned from watching girls grow and learn in our classrooms, coding is fun, collaborative and creative.”
- Reshma Saujani, Founder of Girls Who Code
“Everybody should learn to program a computer, because it teaches you how to think.”
- Steve Jobs
“Whether you want to uncover the secrets of the universe, or you just want to pursue a career in the 21st century, basic computer programming is an essential skill to learn.”
- Stephen Hawking
Classes are designed to help students move at their own pace in a culture of collaboration and
inclusivity. All levels of learners are welcome.
Our student/teacher ratio is 7:1 for on-campus programs and 5:1 for virtual classes.
We recruit well-vetted instructors who are majoring in computer science and
engineering programs at top colleges and universities including Georgia Tech, UGA,
Tufts, BU, Harvard and MIT.
Kids build problem-solving skills in a fun,
supportive, small-group experience.
On-Campus 7:1 | Remote 5:1
FEATURED PRESS & AWARDS
Recipients of the STEM.org Accredited™ trustmark undergo a rigorous evaluation process to ensure they meet the highest standards for STEM education quality. The standards are developed by the community, for the community, ensuring that it is a decentralized process that promotes STEM equity. The criteria are based on evidence-based practices, research, and current trends in STEM education. The evaluation process includes a comprehensive review of the organization's overall effectiveness in promoting STEM education.