• Students start with Scratch

    Students Start With Scratch

    Scratch, a block-based programming language, was designed specifically to teach kids how to code. That’s why our program for kids ages 8-10 starts with this easy drag and drop platform. Students learn key coding fundamentals while creating fun games to encourage them to keep learning.
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    From Block-Based to Real World Programming

    Within Wizard Level I, students move from Scratch to starting with text-based programming languages. By the end of the program, they’ll be building games and websites with JavaScript, HTML, and CSS.

Class Schedule

All students start in Animation and Games With Scratch at Wizard Level I. If you have previous coding experience, take the Placement test. Returning students can continue with the class where they left off.

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Class Tuition

$447 Per Course

Tuition is spread out in 3 payments of $149.
There is no contract. You may cancel anytime within the first 4 class sessions. Full guarantee details.

How Our Elementary School Coding Program Works:

Start with
the Animation & Games
with Scratch course
1 course = 12 lessons
3 courses
+ 1 Capstone Course
= 1 Wizard Level
The elementary
program consists
of 3 Wizard Levels
Shield logo iconProgram Structure
Level IWizard Level I Courses
Level IIWizard Level II Courses
Capstone II (12 weeks)
Level IIIWizard Level III Courses

Creating Websites with HTML/CSS (12 weeks)

Responsive Websites with HTML/CSS (12 weeks)

Interactive Websites with JavaScript (12 weeks)

Capstone III (12 weeks)
Shield logo iconGraduationMove to middle school Wizard Level II
Ready to start your child on their coding journey?

Every Student Starts With Our Risk-Free Trial

We’re committed to every student’s success, but if you’re not happy with your child’s experience, you can request a full refund of tuition within the first 4 classes. Tuition for each course is 3 payments of $149. See guarantee details.

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A Structured Curriculum That Focuses On Your Child’s Success

Each course in our coding for elementary school students program builds on what they learned in previous courses so students truly master what they learn.

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    Wizard Level III

    Now that they have the basics down, this Wizard Level is all about continuing with JavaScript and introducing HTML and CSS so students can start building their own websites.

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Questions? We Are Here to Help.

Easy answers to some common questions.

What technology do we need?

You need a computer with a microphone and a speaker, a browser (Google Chrome) and a good internet connection.

Chromebooks and iPads are not compatible with our platform.

See full details on What Technology is Needed for Class.

What course should I start with in elementary school?

The first course is Animation and Games with Scratch. Upon successful completion of the first course, students progress through our structured and progressive curriculum in the order that they are listed on the curriculum page. See the placement testing page if your student has significant coding experience and would like to start at a higher level in the program.

I have a 10 year old, which program should I enroll?

Most 8-10 year old students should start with the Animation and Games with Scratch. If you’re 10, you may choose the middle school program if you are confident about text-based programming and your typing speed is 25 wpm with 90% accuracy. After you complete the online enrollment, take a typing test then email a screenshot of your results to [email protected] to be placed in the middle school program.

My child already knows Scratch. What do I do?

If your child has good prior coding experience in Scratch, then take a placement exam to skip to the next course.

We highly recommend that you review the full course curriculum and feel confident about knowing that material before taking the placement exam.