Frequently asked questions for Classes

We don’t have any long term contracts. You can cancel anytime with a 30-day notice.
Yes, absolutely. We love partnering with groups and schools to teach coding. Please contact us and we will work with you.
If you are interested in private lessons, please contact us.

Hands-on, activity and projects based classes are held for an hour, once per week. A live teacher helps each student individually and keeps each session engaging. There is always follow up material between classes.

Every student learns real text coding, the logic, structure and practical applications of important programming languages. This gives them a strong foundation for success in other STEM subjects and excellent preparation for university and lucrative career choices.

We are an year-around program. We start new batches every month. Don’t wait to get started. Enrollment is open now. As soon as you enroll, you will receive a welcome email for you and your child.

Our class size is small, usually between 4-6 students, grouped by age and coding background. We have found that this is the optimal size for successful group work and individual attention. You also have option for 1:1.

Classes are for 1-hour a week and there will be homework that would take approximately 1-hour to complete. Additional projects and activities will be available for students to explore based on their interest and time availability.

Our classes are intended for students 9-18 years old. This would relate to grades 5th to 12th. No prior coding experience is required. If your child is outside this range or looking for adult classes, please contact us.

Our program is beginner friendly and requires no prior coding experience. However, if your child has some coding experience (other than Scratch, Code.Org, Minecraft etc), they might be able to join at an intermediate point based on demonstrated skill level. Please contact us and we will work with you to find the right starting point for them.

All our class sessions are recorded. Recordings along with class slides are made available to the student shortly after the class is over. They can review the recorded session before the next class. Remember, your child can attend the class from anywhere. Even if you are traveling, they might be able to attend the class.

You need the following. A computer with a microphone and a speaker. Most laptops bought within the last 5 years ago should have these. A headset is nice to have, but not required. You need a browser like Chrome or Firefox of Safari or Internet Explorer installed. And you need a good reliable internet connection.

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