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Online Summer Camps Learn from home. Collaborate with friends.

Join hundreds of students who are learning the latest technology, working together with friends online and building in demand-skills, all from the comfort of their home.

All skill levels welcomed.
Ages 7 – 9, 10 – 12 and 13+

Start your learning today, safe and fun all from home!

You’ll show off your Minecraft skills, collaborate with other students, challenge your learning with the latest technology, Artificial Intelligence, Roblox, Java, Apps for Amazon and Alexa and more. Daily problem solving, socializing and fun with lot’s of course options to choose from to build solid skills for the future.

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All skill levels welcomed!
Ages 7-9, 10-12 and 13+

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Morning: (10AM – 12PM) and
Afternoon: Options (1PM – 3PM)

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Expert
Staff

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1:3 Student :
Coach Ratio

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Safe and Secure
Online Environment

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Tons of course
options to choose from

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Lots of socialization and
collaboration opportunities

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$250/week – Save $50 with
code 50OFF!

Code Wiz Alignment with
K – 12 Computer Science Framework

Code Wiz aligns its curriculum with the K–12 Computer Science Framework represents a vision in which all students engage in the concepts and practices of computer science.

“Beginning in the earliest grades and continuing through 12th grade, students will develop a foundation of computer science knowledge and learn new approaches to problem solving that harness the power of computational thinking to become both users and creators of computing technology. By applying computer science as a tool for learning and expression in a variety of disciplines and interests, students will actively participate in a world that is increasingly influenced by technology”

The framework promotes a vision in which all students critically engage in computer science issues; approach problems in innovative ways; and create computational artifacts with a practical, personal, or societal intent.

Inclusivity and Accessibility

I consider the needs of diverse users during the design process. I regularly advocate for both myself and others. (CS Practice 1)

Collaboration

I work effectively in teams by accepting different perspectives, giving and receiving feedback, and sharing the workload. (CS Practice 2.)

Problem solving

I know how to define the problem, break it down into parts, and determine a solution using appropriate programs or procedures. (CS Practice 3)

Abstractions

I recognize patterns and can simplify code by using functions and loops. I can design modules that simulate real world phenomena. (CS Practice 4)

Creativity

I express myself creatively by designing new prototypes, figuring out new ways to solve a problem, or improving on existing products and solutions (CS Practice 5)

Debugging skills

I am able to find and fix errors in programs (CS Practice 6)

Communication

I share my ideas clearly by using appropriate language to describe, justify, and document processes and solutions. (CS Practice 7)

Perseverance

I do not give up when a problem gets challenging. I try different solutions and strategies until I get it right.

Design thinking

I am able to use an iterative process to design innovative prototypes or solutions to problems people care about.

Coding skills

I can use appropriate computer programming language to write a set of instructions for the computer to follow.

Algorithm design

I can determine step by step process to accomplish a task or solve a compelling problem.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

• A modern PC or Mac computer with at least 4GB of RAM and 256MB processor speed. Tablets are not supported for online class/camp use.
• Minecraft, Roblox and Unity classes PCs or MACs. Chromebooks will not suffice
• A USB headset
• A web camera
• High speed internet

Our staff has been trained extensively in how to use Zoom to manage a classroom remotely. The classroom participants will meet limits and restrictions for features like chat, file sharing, and even speaking out of turn. Instructors have the ability to mute or remove disruptive students, and the entire session is recorded by default for accountability purposes.

All of our online classes are geared at children with a basic reading proficiency. They need to be able to read the instructions on the screen independently to fully participate in our online learning courses.

At this time, no. All our online coding classes are designed for kids who can read independently. However, we work with several other providers who are bringing classes online for younger kids, and we’re happy to connect you to them! Contact us to discuss more

While our courses are self paced, our online classes offer an easy way for your child to participate in a classroom environment with a real, live coach. We offer the same great instruction that is available in our center based classes.

We only offer make up classes for our evening classes. We are unfortunately unable to offer makeup classes for camps.

Our instructors have backgrounds in computer science, engineering, and/or math as well as experience working with kids. With a strong understanding of how to teach coding to young kids, your child gets a fun, educational class experience. All our instructors undergo background checks.

Trial classes are available for our evening classes. To book a trial class, please visit this page

We love it when families learn to code! We give you 5% off an 8 week session for each sibling you sign up. The sibling does not need to be enrolled in the same class but should be enrolled for the same week or month.

Please see our camp FAQ for answers to commonly asked questions.


" Engaging and inclusive environment with great flexibility on time and work. They have a great variety of programs that cater to a spectrum of skills and interests.The summer program catered wonderfully to my kids and I am very thankful to Ruth for all the support she and Nadia has provided us.

Sidra E