Enrol your children to our weekly computer classes and train the young minds in IT and logic building.


    Our Weekly Computer Classes takes a wide lens on computer science by covering topics such as programming, physical computing, HTML/CSS, and data. Students are empowered to create authentic artifacts and engage with Computer Science as a medium for creativity, communication, problem solving, and fun.

    We offer wide range of courses to choose from, click on each course title to read more:

    Programming is one of the most empowering and engaging tools for a student to learn. In this course students get their first experience with programming through the lense of creating programmatic images, animations, interactive art, and games. Starting off with simple primitive shapes and building up to more sophisticated sprite based games students will become familiar with the programming concepts and the design process computer scientists use daily.

    The development of a personalized final project will engage students in design, testing, and iteration as they come to see that failure and debugging are an expected (and valuable) part of the programming process which make your end product better.

    As a guide, below are the topics and the activities students do in each Programming – Interactive Games and Animations Course:

    • Drawing in Game Lab
    • Draw Loop and Randomization
    • Variables and Animation
    • Sprites and Properties
    • Sprites and Images
    • Conditionals and Keyboard Input
    • Complex Conditionals
    • Velocity
    • Collision Detection
    • Collisions
    • Functions


    The Internet has become the primary source of information for most students, but few are critical consumers of that information. Understanding how that information ends up online and who controls it will make students better consumers of information.

    Students will find empowerment through the realization that they too can take part in this creation and dissemination of information by creating their own web pages. Students will take a more critical look at the web pages that are created by others to look for what makes a strong website and then use the problem solving process to implement parts of those designs.

    Students spend most of the unit building up a personal portfolio website which can be used later in the course to show off their work! Each step builds on the previous so it is important that students complete each step.

    As a guide, below are the topics and the activities students do in each Web Development Course:

    • Design your Home page on paper
    • Start your Hobbies and Recipe pages
    • Start your About Me page
    • Fix bugs in your website
    • Add style to your About Me page
    • Add more styling to your About Me page
    • Create your home page on the computer AND Bring together your Hobbies, Recipe, About Me and Home pages into one website
    • Add special styling to website using classes
    • Receive feedback from peers to help improve your website
    • Review your website and publish it for the first time!
    • Optimize your website for search engines
    • Add a Cause page and make sure to give credit to any work you used that is not your own
    • Finalize your website!


    Join our 2 hours class on Minecraft Programming, with guidance on continuous learning for your kids.

    Computers are everywhere, changing every industry on the planet. But fewer than half of all schools teach computer science. Good news is, we’re on our way to change this. If you’ve heard about the Hour of Code before, you might know it made history. More than 100 million students have tried an Hour of Code.

    With the Hour of Code, computer science has been on homepages of Google, MSN, Yahoo! and Disney. Over 100 partners have joined together to support this movement. Every Apple Store in the world has hosted an Hour of Code. Get the word out.

    “The ‘Hour of Code™’ is a nationwide initiative by Computer Science Education Week and Code.org to introduce millions of students to one hour of computer science and computer programming.”

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