Code Galaxy is the #1 online coding school for students & parents. All classes are taught live by qualified teachers at a time that works for you. We offer weekly classes, virtual camps, and private tutoring starting at just $149 per month!
The Code Galaxy program is designed to take a child through computer science from ages 7-18.
Meet with an expert Code Galaxy tutor from the convenience of your laptop. Our online tutoring platform makes it easy to run a tutoring session remotely and make the most of your available study time.
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Looking for the best kids coding classes in Scottsdale? Our project-based curriculum allows students to take ownership of what they are learning as they experiment with game development, design, web development, and more! Students at Code Galaxy get a hands-on learning experience through our 100% online coding classes, summer boot camps and private tutoring. All instruction is delivered live with our handpicked teachers. Students will get opportunities to ask questions and interact with our experienced instructors.
The STEM scene in Scottsdale is alive with opportunity. It’s the perfect place to learn how to code and start the future today. At Code Galaxy our instructors are required to have prior experience teaching coding classes, some have experience teaching university and college level students. Our team of teachers know what programming skills your child needs to get into and succeed at the best universities.
Online coding classes for kids at Code Galaxy are designed to be flexible for students, we have various class times and classes are easy to reschedule.
What else makes our courses stand out from other kids coding classes in Scottsdale? Concepts learned at Code Galaxy are exciting & immediately applicable. Students have a blast creating new projects and learning to code while parents gain peace of mind knowing that their child is building essential STEM skills before they have even begun college.