STEM Lab: Scratch (AGE 10-12)
STEM Lab: Scratch coding classes are intermediate level coding classes that teach new coding ideas using a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math and Art) area of focus, such as LEGO robotics, game physics, game design, creative writing, Minecraft, and more. Kids continue to develop new coding skills and hone existing skills all while exploring a new subject. This allows kids to apply their coding skills to real, concrete problems, while doing something they enjoy! Learn something new! And have fun!
Completed Scratch Beginner 2 (or by approval)
STEM Lab: Scratch (General Class)
This STEM coding class has a broad focus which explores many different STEM themes. This lets kids explore different technologies such as A.I., augmented reality, game design, mathematics, computer science, music, and more. The content for this class is always different from the themed STEM classes, so students can take the general STEM classes and the themed STEM classes, without repeating lessons.
After School | Weekend
STEM Themed Coding Classes
These coding classes focus on one STEM theme. Allowing kids to dive deep into a specific technology.
Who is this for?
Children 10-12 years old
Completed at least Scratch Beginners 2
(Saturday or Sunday)
2 hours x 4 days
(1 day a week)
1.5 hours x 4 days
2 hours x 5 days
Small Class Size: 8 students maximum
Laptop provided (one per child)
Physics – Projectile motion
Biology – Cell division
In this day and age, coding skills are no longer just important for software developers. Coding skills are becoming more and more important for vast ranges of disciplines, from the core sciences, to graphic designers, to sound produces, animators, and more.