Students can explore game design, web development, machine learning, and everything in between! Check out the schedule, find your student’s perfect program, and get enrolled today.Get enrolled »
Codecraft Works virtual programs fit into school-year long tracks, with each track increasing in difficulty level and recommended age range. From total beginners to coding pros, our programs are fun and impactful for all.
Each program builds upon the previous programs offered in a track, but can be taken independently too. Codecraft programs give you the freedom to enroll for just one program at a time, or sign up for the whole school year!
Keep the learning and fun going all year long! Fall, spring and summer programs run virtually in the mornings, afternoons, and evenings. Concepts are broken down into bite sized chunks so small groups meet online and work together.See the schedule »
To provide the best experience we keep live program groups small. With up to just 10 participants, our instructors work to create a fun, engaging environment even in a digital space.
Codecraft virtual programs strive to provide a classic learning experience without the commute! Participants join small groups and a Codecraft instructor to develop computer science skills, make new friends, and explore technology. We make time for brain breaks, encourage group collaboration, and foster socialization to complement the learning experience.
While the topics vary from program to program, students walk away from our online programs with a better understanding of topics like machine learning, web development, or game design, while also practicing critical communication, collaboration, and creative problem solving skills in a digital environment.
Our programs are organized into school-year long tracks, called levels (L1, L2, L3). These levels are set up to contain programs that are suitable for specific ages and ranges of experience. Each level track features 8-week programs that build upon one another, allowing students to practice what they know and try out new things throughout the school year.
Finances should never prevent anyone from learning to code. We partner with the Codecraft Foundation to provide computer science and coding programs to under-served students, as well as leadership and internship opportunities for high schoolers.