Building Interactive WebsitesOur coding classes for middle school students give kids the skills to build their own websites and apps and make them interactive and user-friendly by using databases and APIs. Students learn how to truly customize and make projects their own!
How Our Middle School Coding Program Works
Intro to Programming with Python
+ 1 Capstone
= 1 Wizard Level
to the High School program
Every Student Starts With Our Risk-Free Trial
We’re committed to every student’s success, but if you’re not happy with your child’s experience, you can request a full refund of tuition within the first 4 sessions. Tuition for each course is 3 payments of $149.
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A Structured Curriculum That Focuses On Your Child’s Success
Each course in our middle school program builds on skills learned in previous courses so students truly master what they learn.
Wizard Level I
Students start with Python to learn coding fundamentals and build interactive games and apps before moving on to web development with HTML and CSS.
Wizard Level II
Wizard Level III
Continuing with their introduction to APIs, students learn more advanced capabilities of APIs and are introduced to databases to create dynamic applications.
All students start in Intro to Python at Wizard Level I. If you have previous coding experience, take the Placement test. Returning students can continue with the class where they left off.
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 if my child already has some experience in Python?
What course should I start with in middle school?
The first course 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.