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Fall Coding Classes

September 9, 2024 - February 1, 2025

Harvest New Skills This Fall at The Coding Space

This fall, we’re excited to welcome you back to The Coding Space. Whether you’re joining us at one of our in-person locations or meeting up with classmates for virtual lessons, we’re looking forward to laughing, learning, and--of course--coding with you!

The fall semester runs from September to January, but students are welcome to join at any time. Learn more about what we're offering this fall below.

In-Person Coding Classes

Build Cutting-Edge Skills and Long-Lasting Friendships in a Supportive Learning Environment

Our weekly after-school coding classes in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Long Island offer unique coding challenges in Scratch, JavaScript, and more. Don't miss our signature project-based curriculum and small student-to-teacher ratio that promises personalized attention. Teachers utilize the Socratic method to help students develop the power to solve problems, think critically, express themselves, and discover their innate potential.

Students coding in a classroom

Online Coding Classes

Explore the Unknown, Even From Home

In our weekly online group classes, students learn to code while making friends near and far. These live classes are taught over Zoom in a 4:1 student-to-teacher ratio ensuring students receive personalized attention when they need it.

Tech requirements: A MacOS or Windows computer is strongly preferred for online classes. Tablets, smartphones and iPads will not work for class. Mac and Windows users must install the latest version of Zoom (version 5.11 or above).

Student learning on a tablet

Private Lessons and Small Groups

A Build-Your-Own Learning Experience

Looking for a way for your child to learn at home with friends? Or get dedicated help from an instructor in a one-on-one setting? Our private lessons put you in the driver’s seat, allowing you to determine the schedule that best suits your needs and build a personalized class experience for your child.

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