To view the March schedule, click here.
May 2021 Schedule
The session starts Monday, April 26th. Each class is 8 weeks long and meets once a week for 1 ½ hours except for a few classes which are an hour. If you are not sure what class your child should take, here are some.
All classes are taught remotely online.
Courses for younger students with little to no programming experience
These are visual programming languages where you drag and drop blocks and connect them together to form your program. This is the best way to learn coding as it focuses on the logic, problem solving and critical thinking skills without getting hampered on typing and syntax. It provides quick feedback and results to encourage and keep your child engaged.
Rather than taking the entire series in order, we encourage you to take a few classes of each category and then move up to the next level over the years. Otherwise, the abstraction and the math might require concepts that they may not have learned in school yet.
Courses for students ready to learn a traditional programming language
WhizKidz has an entire series of classes for each of these languages so you can work your way from the start to become an expert.
Courses for students interested in robotics and electronics