Coding Courses

Ages 9 - 16

The coding club offers students an opportunity to learn how to code from professional software developers and to do it with like-minded peers.

We inspire kids by introducing them to the awesome power of coding! Our students experience the joy of building their own games and apps in an engaging and safe space, whether in-person or online. And you'll love it too, knowing your kids are developing a practical skill, building a creative portfolio, and making great friends along the way.

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Why should my child learn to code?

Technology is all around us. Whether you are an app developer or an English professor, you will utilize technology in your daily work. Awesome Inc exists to take your child's screen time and turn it into career-skill time. Our courses increase communication, public speaking, organization, and social skills in a fun learning environment.

coding should be fun!

Your kids will love learning to code while building video games, mobile apps, and websites!


keep your kids engaged

Your kids will have the support of our instructors - professional coders just a step, or a click away!

coders are creative

Coding is like a choose-your-own-adventure for kids who love technology! They'll have a blast developing their skills as they move through the specially designed pathways our team has created.



Students can sign up for two 90-minute long sessions each week. Our hours are Tuesday and Thursday, 4pm-7pm.

Note: The Coding Club runs from September - May, taking a break during the summer. You can still sign up to reserve a spot if you are applying during the summer.

tuesday schedule
thursday schedule

coding club camps

  • Immersive environment
  • Builds confidence
  • Find new friends with similar interests
  • From coding to outdoor activities and hilarious games

coding club membership

The coding club is currently taking a break. If you have an interested student, please fill out this form and we will let you know if anything changes.

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