Online coding classes for kids. Anywhere, anytime. Our small group classes are taught live by experienced instructors in a judgement-free zone.
One-on-One tutoring to help your child achieve their highest potential and gain a competitive edge when applying for college and university.
A place for your kids to make new friends, create amazing projects, and learn the fundamentals of coding in a fun and memorable environment.
High school students considering tech majors or a head start on their coding career can take off with our accelerated coding bootcamps.
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Code Galaxy is the #1 online coding school for kids & 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 $70 per one class a month!
St. Louis has multiple universities with amazing computer science programs. Washington University in St. Louis offers computer engineering and systems engineering as separate degrees. University of Missouri-St. Louis offers computing technology, computer science, and computer programming as separate curriculums and degrees. Saint Louis University provides students computer science, computer engineering, and computer information systems each as a separate type of degree. St. Louis’s tech sector currently boasts over 3,000 jobs currently available to aspiring tech workers. Between the city’s bigger names and startups, STEM graduates can try working in aerospace technology, workplace tech, or even health and wellness software. As St. Louis continues to grow as a tech hub, the number of available jobs in the city’s industry will quickly increase. SentiAR, SteadyMD, and Bonfyre are just a few of the startups quickly making waves in the St. Louis tech industry. This is not to say that the city lacks bigger names in tech, however. Brands like Spectrum and Boeing also have locations in the St. Louis area. The salary for software engineers in St. Louis averages at $95,000 per year. Additional pay is around $16,000 per year, which shows how much more software engineers are needed.
Looking for the best kids coding classes in St. Louis? 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! At Code Galaxy students get a hands-on learning experience through 100% online coding classes, summer boot camps and private tutoring. Courses are delivered through live instruction where kids can ask questions and engage with teachers. The STEM scene in St. Louis is growing rapidly. It’s the perfect place to learn how to code and start preparing for the future today. Prior experience teaching coding classes is a requirement for new teachers at Code Galaxy. Some of our instructors even have experience teaching university and college students, which means our team knows what computer science skills your students need to get into the top universities. We understand that students have hectic schedules, that’s why we have a range of class times to choose from and classes themselves are easy to reschedule.
My experience with Code Galaxy has been really good. I have been a student for over a year, and I am really liking what I am learning and how I am learning it. This program has given me a "boost" in my Web Design class at school.
In Code Galaxy I learned a lot of different things, like python and scratch. It is very fun and I always look forward to the next session. My teacher is very helpful and nice.
It’s been fun and the platforms are great. But whereby is not the best video chatting software I recommend zoom.
I have enjoyed learning python. I would like it better if it was in person but online is more convenient and safer.
Code Galaxy is awesome! I started with their summer camp and then transitioned to the weekly classes. The teachers are very helpful and friendly, and I'm thankful to have them. I recommend Code Galaxy to anyone interested in coding!
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Sometimes schools need to offer more - that’s where Code Galaxy comes in. We partner with schools to expand their electives.
Coding has become an essential skill that will continue to grow in importance as technology advances — that’s why we’ve developed the highest quality computer science education for kids and teens. Students of all ages develop new creative skills and learn to build their own apps and games.
3rd - 5th Grades
(no coding experience needed)
Learn Scratch to code own games and animations
Scratch is a powerful drag-and-drop programming platform
Learn storytelling through game creation and math concepts
Create complex, but much more fun games
Apply math concepts to add more features
Game Design Concepts such as levels, home screen, game-over screen
6th - 8th Grades
(no coding experience needed)
Learn how to use a text-based programming language, Python
Create fun games and simple programs to solve problems.
Critical, foundational programming in Python
Create graphical applications and games with Pygame
Apply programming concepts already learned
Learn new coding skills to create new projects like a paint application and snake game
9th - 12th Grades
(no coding experience needed)
Create web-based good looking and interactive games
Customize, organize, and style their web pages
Use Flask framework to code modern websites
Create dynamic web pages using Flask routes
Adding graphics, audio, and videos to a website for visual enhancements