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Learn to Code - Learning To Code Explained

For Parents

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How best to prepare your student for a digital future? If you want your children to thrive in the information economy, you need to begin preparing them today. But how to do that? How old should your child be to start learning? What is computational thinking? What is the best language to learn?

 

You have questions. We  have answers  based on 10 years of experience teaching kids to code. Our students work at Google, Facebook and leading tech companies. They attend top universities. It is not an accident. Their parents prepared them well and helped the make the right decisions.

 

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Membership Information

What does a UCode Membership Cost?

A UCode Membership is free. You create one simply by attending a Trial Class. Your Trial Class is free and for subsequent classes you may purchase points and use these to reserve your class.

Why Points? Seems more complicated.

No Contract. No missed classes. No Need to Pause or Cancel. And it allows us more instructional options like offering individual 1:1 instruction.

How do Points Work?

Every class has a point value that will be deducted from your balance of points when you reserve a class. Take as many or as few classes each month as you want. Personalize the schedule to your student’s needs.

Can I Redeem My Points if Not Used?

Points are good for 1 year and can be extended or transferred, but not redeemed if not used. They can be used for any UCode program.

So You Will Not Bill My Card After the Trial Class?

We will only bill your card when you purchase points. It has nothing to do with the Trial Class. We require a credit card for child security purposes. Safety is a priority. We cannot have people signing up for classes that we do not have information on.

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