the coding school (K-12)

Stretch your mind.
Reach out to the world.

Why coding? Words from tech leaders

CodeCreators Coding Classes


Scratch is recommended for younger students and visually shows them how to write code to build games & solve interesting problems.


Recommended for older students & teens, HTML/CSS is used to design beautiful web pages and the content we see every day.


Recommended for older students & teens, Python is a powerful, multipurpose language where students will learn advanced concepts in programming

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Why Coding?

Why should I learn how to code?

Regardless of your future studies learning how to code can help prepare you for a competitive world.

Coding Teaches students valuable life skills

There are a lot of interesting and well paying jobs that merge humanities + coding....

Humanities minded students will be surprised to find that the skills they learn, along with a little programming knowledge, would make them great Search Engine Optimization Engineers, working to help companies better serve their clients, or even developing life-saving technologies like the team at CommCare!

Future Lawyers might want to learn from Joshua Browder, a British lawyer who, after learning a little bit of programming in his spare time, programmed an AI to help people fight parking tickets.

Even doctors can use a little bit of programming knowledge, and have developed apps like Doximity and Figure1 to collaborate with one another on tough medical problems.


Don't just take our word for it...

Learning to write programs stretches your mind, and helps you think better, creates a way of thinking about things that I think is helpful in all domains.

Microsoft founder & CEO, Bill Gates

Part of what made the Macintosh great was that the people working on it were musicians, poets, and artists, and zoologists, and historians.

Apple founder & CEO, Steve Jobs

Some of the best programming is done on paper, really. Putting it into the computer is just a minor detail.


Founder of Bugazilla & Google Programmer, Max Kanat-Alexander

Class Schedule


(beginner #1, K to 6th)

$200/ month

$50 per class

  •  August 26, 2019
  •  September 2, 2019
  •  September 9, 2019
  •  September 16, 2019
 4:00-5:00 PM
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(beginner #1, 5th to 12th)

$200/ month

$50 per class

  •  August 27, 2019
  •  September 3, 2019
  •  September 10, 2019
  •  September 17, 2019
 4:00-5:00 PM
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(beginner #1, 4th to 12th)

$200/ month

$50 per class

  •  August 28, 2019
  •  September 4, 2019
  •  September 11, 2019
  •  September 18, 2019
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Our Mission

Every student deserves the opportunity to thrive in our increasingly technologically oriented world.

We at CodeCreators believe that programming should be a skill that all kids, regardless of their future professional field, can learn and take with them to be better equipped and successful in the world of tomorrow.

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