There are plenty of ways for kids to learn to code. How is Breakout Mentors different?
The Personalized Approach for Kids Learning to Code
Every student is unique and our team of 1-on-1 programming mentors personalize their approach for each student's interests and abilities!
The Breakout Mentors Way
Our top-notch Stanford, Cal, and Santa Clara mentors make it fun and engaging
Personalized approach for each student, not one size fits all
Project-based learning with no limit on how far students can go
Learning to code doesn’t have to be through a traditional online tutorial or summer camp …Download
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"Our sons were naturally interested in programming, but working with Breakout Mentors took their programming to the next level."
Mother of Los Altos 4th and 6th grade boys
"Computer programming is a fun, creative, and artistic outlet for our daughter. Breakout Mentors has done a fantastic job of breaking down any barriers to learning."
Mother of Menlo Park 6th grade girl
"With no previous coding experience, he has really taken to it and seriously looks forward to his weekly lesson with his mentor."
Father of Berkeley 8th grade boy
"We just passed our second anniversary with Breakout Mentors. Our 12-year-old son has had two mentors and they've both been terrific: enthusiastic, knowledgeable, professional, and patient. They've been great about building a curriculum on the fly around his interests and keeping him engaged and learning. Highly recommended."
Father of Palo Alto 7th grade boy
"He came home and immediately wanted to show me what he created. The progress and what he is learning with his mentor is remarkable!"
Mother of Piedmont 5th grade boy