HTML Courses for Kids and Teens
Kids can start learning HTML as soon as they’re comfortable typing. It’s a relatively easy programming language which makes it a great place for kids to start with coding in general. HTML is not just a popular skill, but required among web developers. Kids can also use these skills in careers like software engineer and graphic designer. Explore the HTML classes in our coding programs for kids to learn more.
HTML Classes for Elementary School
Kids in elementary school will find HTML to be a fun challenge. They can customize websites with their own colors and designs and share. They’ll be introduced to code syntax and programmatic thinking.
With the help of our experienced instructors, your child will learn how to create and manage their very own websites. They can establish their online presence and customize their own webpages all while learning two of the most sought after languages: HTML and CSS.
HTML Classes for Middle School
Build your child’s interest in coding with HTML, a simple introduction to coding for beginners. Kids will have fun creating and personalizing their own websites while building coding and problem solving skills.
Kids can learn how to build their own websites using HTML and CSS. Through fun projects, they will learn different techniques to help them customize, organize, and style their web pages. By the end of the class, students will have a strong understanding and foundation for web development.
Kids in Web Interfaces learn how to create stunning, interactive websites utilizing tools like jQuery, Ajax, flexbox, CSS, API interfaces, and cookies in addition to standard HTML. Students produce useful web applications as well as a portfolio-quality final project utilizing interfaces to several popular applications.
HTML Classes for High School
Prepare your teens for college and career by learning to code. HTML is a great, easy introduction for beginners. Teens will learn about web development, but also programmatic thinking and decision making.
Teens are going to be learning about what a user interface is and how to develop it to make it user-friendly. Teens learn how to code features like dropdowns and forms, add animations, test responsiveness across browsers, and more. A good UI can add to the user’s experience and drive behavior.
HTML Coding Course Highlights
- Real-world coding skills (no drag and drop)
- Interactive classes with hands-on coding exercises
- Project-based curriculum and learning approach
- Innovative instructor-led online classes
- Small class size (6-8 students per instructor)
- Beginner Friendly (no prior coding experience needed)
- Weekly parent updates on student progress
- Join a community of kids learning to code
- Get certified in 12-weeks
Our reviews speak for themselves.
#1 Most Comprehensive Coding Program for Kids!
The CodeWizardsHQ program comes with everything your child needs to be successful in learning to code.
All of the below are included at no extra cost.
$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.
CWHQ has a 93% student success rate, compared to 5% for paid, self-paced online video courses and tutorials. That’s an 18x better graduation rate.
Our goal is to make all students successful. If your child is not happy with our program, notify us within the first 4 class sessions for a full refund. You may cancel anytime within the first 4 class sessions. See refund details.
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 in the core track. 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 core track.
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 in the core track. If you’re 10, you may choose the middle school core track 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 core track.
My child already knows Scratch. What do I do?
What if my child already has some experience in Python?
What course should I start with in middle school?
The first course in the middle school core track is Intro to Programming with Python. 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.
More questions? Find answers on our FAQ page.