Python is a powerful yet beginner-friendly coding language for kids to learn programming.
Not only can Python classes for kids teach fundamental programming principles, but they also lay a strong foundation for tackling more advanced topics like algorithms, data structures, machine learning, and artificial intelligence.
Why teach kids Python?
Python Powers Many of the World’s Most Popular Websites
Python is a popular object-oriented programming language with dynamic semantics. That just means Python can do more with less, making it easy to learn and powerful to use.
Python Is Beginner-Friendly for Kids
Python is unique in that it’s easy to understand, even for kids with no programming experience. We recommend Python for kids because some languages use a perplexing combination of symbols and abbreviations. Python doesn’t.
Kids Won’t Outgrow Learning Python
Python is not a graphical programming language, it uses real coding syntax. Purely graphical programming languages, like Scratch, are good for elementary school children, but they’re easy to outgrow. That’s not the case with Python.
Python Is Applicable In the Real World
Python powers the world’s second-largest search engine: YouTube. Scientists use Python to work with large data sets. Software engineers build neural networks and other forms of artificial intelligence with this versatile language.
Online Coding Classes for Kids
CodeWizardsHQ delivers the most fun and effective live, online Python coding classes for kids and teens ages 8-18. Students attend weekly live, teacher-led Python coding classes from the convenience of your home. Both our Middle School and High School Coding Programs start with an introduction to coding for kids and the Python language.
Middle School Coding Program
High School Coding Program
We Offer the Most Fun and Effective Python Courses for Kids
• Learn real-world Python coding skills (no drag and drop)
• Beginner-friendly (no prior experience needed)
• Project-based curriculum and learning approach
• Innovative teacher-led online classes
• Small class sizes and personalized support
• Weekly parent updates
• Certification in 12-weeks
$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.
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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 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.