This Summer Build Computational Thinking Skills in your student.

These skills are critical to their academic and career success, as well as to the future of the community in which we live.

Introduction to Python

Using Robots To Learn To Code in Python

Ages 9+

Python Plus is an immersive experiential curriculum developed in partnership with faculty at leading universities. Students learn Computational Thinking, Logical and Creative Problem solving by programming a robot to solve a series of challenges or task that their robot must complete.

Please note that lunch is not included, but snacks are available

Web Animation

Taking It to New Heights

Ages 10+

Web Animation is a great starting point for students who wish to develop their own blog, web application or game. It introduces the basics of HTML and CSS and of the animation necessary to add movement. Animations are achieved through progressive CSS, Keyframes and Storyboarding techniques.

Please note that lunch is not included, but snacks are available

RoboFun

A Unique Learning Experience

For Ages 6-8

Problem solving and mechanical skills are developed through building robots that are required to complete a "challenge". Student's program their robots to solve their challenge using a simple program interface developed by UCode.

Students flourish in RoboFun. They learn how to think computationally, increase their ability to think logically and become better problem solvers.

Camp Schedule

Web Animation

Taking it to New Heights
Ages
10-18
Time
8am - 1pm
Price
$499

Select a Location and Date To Sign Up!

Python

Using Robots To Learn To Code in Python
Ages
9-16
Time
8am - 1pm
Price
$499

Select a Location and Date To Sign Up!

RoboFun

A Unique Learning Experience For Early Learners
Ages
6-8
Time
8am - 1pm
Price
$499

Select a Location and Date To Sign Up!

Nationally Recognized

Developed with help from some of the top minds at Leading Universities

Kids don't learn to code from a book. They learn by doing, by taking risks and making mistakes. That's exactly how we teach coding. Our experiential curriculum allows students to passionately tackle a challenge and get their hands dirty while stretching the limits of their abilities. And did we mention robots?

Now in its fifth generation. UCode has the leading curriculum for teaching computational thinking and coding

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Additional Information

What are the classes like?

Classes are 90 minutes in duration.

What is your class size?

Class sizes are small. We typically have six students per class with a maximum of 8 per instructor.

Is there homework? Grading?

Assessment is a fundamental principal at UCode and an area we focus on. There are quizzes, reviews and exercises to show mastery of the material. There is work outside of the class sessions, particularly for the AP Courses.

What if I miss a class?

UCode's courses are structured into Units of study and specific class sessions are dedicated to covering a Unit. Units are offered regularly through out the week, so if you miss a specific Unit or you wish to review a Unit you covered previously, you can do so in your next session.

Do I get support outside of class time?

Yes! Students have email/messaging support from instructors as well as live instructor help during our office hours. All support is included in membership fee.

Who are your Instructors?

Instructors are university students or graduates from leading universities including Stanford, UCLA, USC, etc. We train and work with our teachers to continue to develop their skills through professional development, best practices sharing, observation and feedback.

Will I receive a certificate?

UCode students who plan to attend university may also wish to participate in the assessment at leading universities on coding and computational thinking. Students who qualify through an examination will be issued a certificate directly from leading universities. This is significant way to build your resume in support of your application.

How will my parents stay updated on my progress?

Parents receive quarterly progress reports that indicate what students have done that week and have links to student projects.

What if I have coding experience?

We will assess your level and structure your starting point in the course accordingly.

How much does a course cost?

We are a membership based program where you pay a monthly membership subscription of $99.00 for up to 4 class sessions (60 minutes) a month and "Office Hours". This provides you with flexibility to progress according to your abilities and as your schedule permits. Sessions expire at the end of a billing period. You may "pause" your membership prior to the start of the next billing period and resume when convenient.

Do you have a trial class?

We do not have a trial class. We do offer a 30 Day low risk membership for $99.00.