Learn to Code

In our classrooms, students learn entirely through creating projects. Projects allow students to work on their critical thinking and problem solving skills while simultaneously picking up the hard skills of coding. Students create games in scratch, progress to websites in HTML, CSS, and Javascript, as well as work in many other tools and languages depending on what keeps them both engaged and challenged. They create projects not by using tutorials, but rather by learning to think critically and create their own solutions to problems.
When to arrive:
15 minutes before
Cancellation policy:
24 hours in advance
Caregiver required:

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The Coding Space (at Macaulay Honors College)

35 W 67th Street, New York, NY 10023
(929) 352 1272

The Coding Space is an after school program to help kids learn how to code.

Editor’s Tip
A graduate of U Penn, founder Steve Krouse says he fell in love with learning when his parents enrolled him in an after school computer science program during middle school. "My aim is to share that excitement with other students, just like my parents shared it with me.”
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