Build web apps and games + electronics
Maximum 6:1 student-teacher ratio
Year-round, join anytime
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or call (916) 668-4887
We will be running a workshop to teach kids basic electronics programming.See details
Mon, Wed, Thu, Fri: 3:30 to 6:30
Tue: 1:00 to 6:30
Sat and Sun: closed
During open hours, students can drop in whenever they like throughout the week.
First day is free, then it's $40 per week. Students can drop in as much as they like throughout the week.
David Keller was a software developer for nine years at various tech companies, including Zillow and Microsoft. He found his passion for coding at a computer camp when he was 13 years old, and now he wants to help kids find that same passion. He graduated from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology with a degree in computer science. He enjoys playing board games, hiking up mountains, and visiting remote islands.
Holly Donis is a junior at Sacramento State studying computer science. She originally chose biology, but when she discovered coding at the end of her senior year of high school, she switched to computer science. She has tutored kids in math and is excited to help kids learn coding. She enjoys cycling, hiking, and sketching.
Abel Garcia is a sophomore at Folsom Lake College studying computer science. He likes coding because it lets him be creative. He enjoys basketball, soccer, collecting sneakers, and listening to music.
Anmol Mann is a remote student at Oregon State University studying computer science. He graduated from UC San Diego with a degree in economics, but discovered his passion for coding and technology in his final year. He enjoys playing and watching basketball, analyzing NBA statistics, and listening to hip hop and Punjabi music.