New Kid Coders Are Up and Running, Few Spots Left

New Kid Coders Are Up and Running, Few Spots Left

January is crazy.

We take a long-term view for kids learning to code. Rather than throwing a bunch of kids into a room and hoping for the best, we identify the perfect 1-on-1 mentor who can stick with the same student for months or years.

Since early November, we have told new students to wait until January to start with Thanksgiving, finals, and winter break right around the corner.

The result is a whole lot of students starting in January! Here are just a few:

  • 10 and 12 year-old sisters new to coding who work 1-on-1 with separate female UC Berkeley mentors. The younger is learning Scratch and the older Python.
  • A 13 year-old boy who is a veteran of many coding summer camps and an after-school center. He is going to achieve a depth not possible anywhere else through creating Java games with a Stanford mentor.
  • An advanced high school student who is going to apply his coding skills to learning a new language and environment – web development and APIs with a Stanford mentor over video conference.

We welcome the new students and are excited to see their growth over the coming months and years! For the parent’s perspective, see our testimonials page.

Few Spots Left

It isn’t too late to start for the 2018 school year, but we are quickly running out of availability. If you are interested in learning more or signing up, please contact us today.

Planning for Summer?

We offer private in-home coding for groups of up to four friends. More fun than the camps because it is your friends, plus a whole lot more learning – we personalize the material for the exact age and experience of the group. More info here.

Almost all weeks are open at this point, please let us know if you are interested!

Posted by Brian Skinner / Posted on 24 Jan