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CODING

Kids will learn about computer science and programming. It’s essential for kids to learn to code like math and reading. We have programming camps for Scratch Visual Programming, JavaScript, Python, and Java app development.

ROBOTICS

Kids will learn about hardware technology and computer programming. We have robotics camps for all ages including Blockly, LEGO EV3, computer building, and our new cyber security camp.

DIGITAL ARTS

Teaching kids about creative design and digital art technology. We have 3D printing, YouTube video production, entrepreneurship, web design, stop-motion animation and graphic design camps for kids.

GAME DESIGN

Teaching kids about game design and coding using fun games like Minecraft and Roblox. It doesn’t matter if your child is a novice or expert at gaming, we have tech camps for all ages.

Kids will learn about computer science and programming. It’s essential for kids to learn to code like math and reading. We have programming camps for Scratch Visual Programming, JavaScript, Python and Java app development.

Coding 101 ScratchJr

Introducing kids grades K-2 to computer programming using M.I.T.’s ScratchJr App visual programming language. ScratchJr is a color-coded, drag and drop, block event-based system that kids are using to learn animation, game design, and computer science. Students will learn the basic concepts of storytelling, game design, computer programming and much more. Students will create animations and customize popular video games such as Cat-n-Mouse to understand the logic behind programming.

  • Grade: K-2
  • Type: 1 Session / Week
  • Month Fee: $160 
  • Duration: 6 months/1.5 hours
  • Register: Parental Portal

  • ScratchJr runs on both iPads and Android tablets.
  • It will run on an iPad 2 or later, including all iPad minis, with iOS 7.0 or later installed. Note that newer versions of ScratchJr will only run on iOS 8+.
  • It also runs on any Android tablet, 7-inches or larger, that are running Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean MR1) or higher. It does not need web-access to run. We recommend iPads running iOS 9 or greater and Android tablets running Android 5 (Kit Kat) or higher.

Coding 201 Scratch

Teaches kids the fundamental of computer programming and game design using M.I.T. Scratch visual programming language. The drag-n-drop application teaches kids to understand the basic concepts of programming and debugging skills. Kids grades 3-8 will learn how to design storyboards, develop simple to advanced games like the Maze and Pac-Man to heighten their programming skills with logic operators, loops, variables and more. Students will design, develop and present their final project to conclude Scratch programming skills.

  • Grade: 3-5
  • Type: 1 Session / Week
  • Month Fee: $180 
  • Duration: 9 Months/1.5 hours
  • Register: Parental Portal

  • Web browser: Chrome 35 or later, Firefox 31 or later, Internet Explorer 8 or later.
  • Adobe Flash Player Version 10.2 or later.
  • Minimal Supported Screen Resolution: 1024×768

Coding 301 Bitsbox

Teaches kids grades 5-8 learn the fundamentals of JavaScript programming language using the Bitsbox. Students will learn text-based programming languages and syntaxes to prepare them for advanced languages like Python and Java. Students will develop an understanding of typed code, including syntax, arrays, functions, and other basics of programming. Students will design and develop programs that can be run on computers or tablet devices throughout the course using the skills they learn, and will eventually create their own program.

  • Grade: 5-8
  • Type: 1 Session / Week
  • Month Fee: $180 
  • Duration: 9 Months/1.5 hours
  • Register: Parental Portal

  • Kids code their projects on the Bitsbox website and their apps work on any device with a web browser.

Coding 401 Python

Teaches kids grades 5-8 to build upon the foundation of programming knowledge developed in previous courses in order to create more advanced programs in the Python programming language. Students will apply their understanding of Python such as loops and data types, and work more thoroughly with programming syntax in order to develop longer programs as well as videos games using Pygames. Students will design and develop programs such as text-based adventures and randomizers. Students will also be able to create user interfaces and output images for the user to interact and play games. Every student will create a personal game or program for their final project.

  • Grade: 5-8
  • Type: 1 Session / Week
  • Month Fee: $180 
  • Duration: 9 months/1.5 hours
  • Register: Parental Portal

Microsoft Windows®: Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8 (32/64 bit)

  • 1 GB ram
  • 1 GHz processor or faster
  • Minimal supported screen resolution—1024*600
  • At Least 100 MB of Available Hard Disk space

Apple Macintosh®: Mac 10.6, 10.7, and 10.8 with the latest service packs

  • 1 GB ram 1 GHz processor or faster
  • Minimal supported screen resolution—1024*600
  • At Least 100 MB of Available Hard Disk space

Coding 501 Java

Teaches kids grades 5-8 about Java programming language that has successfully completed the Python course. The class allows students to continue app design using the Java programming language for Android development. Students will complete group exercises and individual projects to develop apps using Android SDK, Android Studio, Eclipse, and plugins. Students will learn the process of developing and launching an app onto the Google Play, understand XML markup language and Object Oriented Programming. Every student will create a personal game or program for their final project.

  • Grade: 5-8
  • Type: 1 Session / Week
  • Month Fee: $180 
  • Duration: 9 months/1.5 hours
  • Register: Parental Portal

Windows:

  • Microsoft® Windows® 8/7/Vista (32- or 64-bit)
  • 2 GB RAM minimum, 4 GB RAM recommended
  • 400 MB hard disk space
  • At least 1 GB for Android SDK, emulator system images, and caches
  • 1280 x 800 minimum screen resolution
  • Java Development Kit (JDK) 7
  • Optional for accelerated emulator: Intel® processor with support for Intel® VT-x, Intel® EM64T (Intel® 64), and Execute Disable (XD) Bit functionality

Mac OS X:

  • Mac® OS X® 10.8.5 or higher, up to 10.9 (Mavericks)
  • 2 GB RAM minimum, 4 GB RAM recommended
  • 400 MB hard disk space
  • At least 1 GB for Android SDK, emulator system images, and caches
  • 1280 x 800 minimum screen resolution
  • Java Runtime Environment (JRE) 6
  • Java Development Kit (JDK) 7
  • Optional for accelerated emulator: Intel® processor with support for Intel® VT-x, Intel® EM64T (Intel® 64), and Execute Disable (XD) Bit functionality

On Mac OS, run Android Studio with Java Runtime Environment (JRE) 6 for optimized font rendering. You can then configure your project to use Java Development Kit (JDK) 6 or JDK 7.

Linux:

  • GNOME or KDE desktop
  • GNU C Library (glibc) 2.15 or later
  • 2 GB RAM minimum, 4 GB RAM recommended
  • 400 MB hard disk space
  • At least 1 GB for Android SDK, emulator system images, and caches
  • 1280 x 800 minimum screen resolution
  • Oracle® Java Development Kit (JDK) 7

64-bit distribution capable of running 32-bit applications

Kids will learn about hardware technology and computer programming. We have robotics camps for all ages including Blockly, LEGO EV3, computer building, and our new cybersecurity camp.

Robotics 101 Blockly

Students grades K-2 are introduced to robotics and computer programming using the Wonder Workshop’s Dash robots and apps including Go, Path, and Blockly. Students will learn how to program functional robots through practical exercises including controlling the robots using the Go app, completing challenging courses using Path app and programming it to be autonomous using Blockly app, a drag-and-drop visual programming language. The goal is to have students successfully use the Blockly app to build programs to complete robotic projects. Students will design their personal program as the final project to show their skill in programming.

  • Grade: K-2
  • Type: 1 Session / Week
  • Month Fee: $160 
  • Duration: 6 Months/1.5 hours
  • Register: Parental Portal

iOS 7.1 or newer

  • iPad 3 or newer,
  • iPad Air,
  • iPad Mini

iOS 8.1 or newer (Go app only)

  • iPhone 5, 5c, 5s, 6, 6+,
  • iPod Touch 5

Android 4.4 (KitKat) or newer

  • Nexus 7 (2013 / 2nd generation),
  • Nexus 9,
  • Galaxy Note 10.1 or newer,
  • Galaxy Note Pro 12.2,
  • Galaxy Tab 3 8.0, 10.1,
  • Galaxy Tab 4 7.0, 8.0, 10.1
  • Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4,
  • Galaxy Tab S 8.4, 10.5
  • Galaxy S4, S5 (Go app only)

Robotics 201 Lego EV3

LEGO EV3 is for kids grades 3-8 to be introduced to robotics and computer programming using the LEGO Mindstorms robots and the EV3 programming software. Students will learn the functions and mechanics of the LEGO robots including sensors, switches, blocks and more. The class will introduce students to computer programming using the EV3 visual programming, drag-and-drop software to complete projects including the Roomba, robot parade, sumo challenge and more. The goal is to have students learn the EV3 software to build an autonomous LEGO robot.

  • Grade: 3-5
  • Type: 1 Session / Week
  • Month Fee: $180 
  • Duration: 9 Months/1.5 hours
  • Register: Parental Portal

Microsoft Windows®: Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8 (excluding METRO)

  • (32/64 bit) with the latest service packs
  • 1 GB ram
  • 1 GHz processor or faster
  • Minimal supported screen resolution—1024×600
  • At Least 1.5 GB of Available Hard Disk space

Apple Macintosh®: Mac 10.6, 10.7, and 10.8 with the latest service packs

  • 1 GB ram
  • 1 GHz processor or faster
  • Minimal supported screen resolution—1024×600

At Least 1.5 GB of Available Hard Disk space

Robotics 301 Competition

Students will participate and compete for the AccelerateKID robotics team. The students will be coached and mentored by an experienced instructor to build, program, problem solve and collaborate as a team. Kids will compete at local First LEGO League (FLL) and Robofest competitions. The class will prepare the students through practical exercises, team building activities and provide the resources to work in a collaborative environment. AccelerateKID will be responsible for the competition fees, team t-shirts, robots, and accessories. Each kid will have the opportunity to learn about teamwork, presentation skills, responsibility, robot building, computer programming and how to apply to the real world.

  • Grade: 5-8
  • Type: 1 Session / Week
  • Month Fee: $180 
  • Duration: 9 Months/1.5 hours
  • Register: Parental Portal

Windows Vista (32/64) with latest service packs or later versions of Windows including Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 10 (excluding Win RT). 2 GB RAM or more 1.5 GHz processor or faster 2 GB available hard disk space Available USB port or Bluetooth 2.0 or above Minimal supported screen resolution – 1024 x 600 Available on the Downloads page. Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard) or above 2 GB RAM or more 1.5 GHz processor or faster 2 GB available hard disk space Available USB port or Bluetooth 2.0 or above Minimal supported screen resolution – 1024 x 600

Robotics 401 VEX

Kids grades 5-8 will learn to build their own robots using the Vex robotics and construction system. Students will program their robots using C-style languages to perform several challenges including the Parade and Delivery projects. Students will work in teams, develop problem-solving skills, understand engineering and programming knowledge and more. Every student will develop their own robot program as a final project.

  • Grade: 5-8
  • Type: 1 Session / Week
  • Month Fee: $180 
  • Duration: 9 Months/1.5 hours
  • Register: Parental Portal

Microsoft Windows®: Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8 (excluding METRO)

  • (32/64 bit) with the latest service packs
  • 1 GB ram
  • 1 GHz processor or faster
  • Minimal supported screen resolution—1024×600
  • At Least 1.5 GB of Available Hard Disk space

Apple Macintosh®: Mac 10.6, 10.7, and 10.8 with the latest service packs

  • 1 GB ram
  • 1 GHz processor or faster
  • Minimal supported screen resolution—1024×600
  • At Least 1.5 GB of Available Hard Disk space

Robotics 501 CoDrone

CoDrone course is for kids grades 5-8 and has successfully completed the AccelerateKID Robotics 401 Java course. The class allows students to build and learn about drone technology using Robolink’s CoDrone, programming with Arduino IDE which uses C/C++ languages, and custom CoDrone coding library to simplify the coding for educational purposes. The CoDrone is safe and for indoor use only. Students will learn the basics of variables, control statements, automation, advanced feedback control and how to write their own programming libraries.

  • Grade: 5-8
  • Type: 1 Session / Week
  • Month Fee: $180 
  • Duration: 9 Months/1.5 hours
  • Register: Parental Portal

Microsoft Windows®: Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8 (excluding METRO)

  • Microsoft® Windows® 8/7/Vista (32- or 64-bit)
  • 2 GB RAM minimum, 4 GB RAM recommended
  • 400 MB hard disk space
  • At least 1 GB for Android SDK, emulator system images, and caches
  • 1280 x 800 minimum screen resolution
  • Java Development Kit (JDK) 7
  • Optional for accelerated emulator: Intel® processor with support for Intel® VT-x, Intel® EM64T (Intel® 64), and Execute Disable (XD) Bit functionality

Apple Macintosh®: Mac® OS X® 10.8.5 or higher, up to 10.9 (Mavericks)

  • 2 GB RAM minimum, 4 GB RAM recommended
  • 400 MB hard disk space
  • At least 1 GB for Android SDK, emulator system images, and caches
  • 1280 x 800 minimum screen resolution/li>
  • Java Runtime Environment (JRE) 6
  • Java Development Kit (JDK) 7
  • Optional for accelerated emulator: Intel® processor with support for Intel® VT-x, Intel® EM64T (Intel® 64), and Execute Disable (XD) Bit functionality

Kids will learn about hardware technology and computer programming. We have robotics camps for all ages including Blockly, LEGO EV3, computer building, and our new cybersecurity camp.

Web Design 301 Wix

Web Design 301 Wix is for kids grades 5-8 and seeks to develop the next generation of kid entrepreneurs by providing students the knowledge and tools to create a business website. This course will help students plan, validate, and implement their ideas. Kids will develop a business model using the Lean Canvas and then use the Wix platform to design and build a website for that business. The goal is to have students build a business, learn how to build a website for that business and be able to present it in a professional setting.

  • Grade: 5-8
  • Type: 1 Session / Week
  • Month Fee: $180 
  • Duration: 3 Months/1.5 hours
  • Register: Parental Portal

  • Google Chrome
  • Firefox
  • Safari for Mac (version 9 and above)
  • Internet Explorer (version 11)
  • Windows 10 Microsoft Edge (ADI sites are not supported)

Animation 301 Pivot

Animation 301 Pivot is for kids grades 5-8 to learn and implement the basics of 2D animation techniques. Students will plan their own projects which they will design, animate, and edit themselves. Each student will learn the techniques necessary to manage a large project with many pieces, as well as the artistic and cinematic techniques used by professionals in the field. Students will learn about the Lean Canvas Business Model and how to apply it to their creations!

  • Grade: 5-8
  • Type: 1 Session / Week
  • Month Fee: $180 
  • Duration: 3 Months/1.5 hours
  • Register: Parental Portal

 

Microsoft Windows®: Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8 (excluding METRO)

  • (32/64 bit) with the latest service packs
  • 1 GB ram
  • 1 GHz processor or faster
  • Minimal supported screen resolution—1024×600
  • At Least 1.5 GB of Available Hard Disk space

Apple Macintosh®: Mac 10.6, 10.7, and 10.8 with the latest service packs

  • 1 GB ram
  • 1 GHz processor or faster
  • Minimal supported screen resolution—1024×600
  • At Least 1.5 GB of Available Hard Disk space

Video 301 YouTube

Video 301 YouTube is for kids grades 5-8 to learn how to film and edit different types of video and design professional looking channels using Microsoft MovieMaker, Apple iMovie, and/or Open Broadcast Software. Students will learn different methods to record their ideas into videos, edit intro videos, render professional looking videos and much more. Students will learn how to properly plan, design and execute video production and apply the Lean Canvas Business Model to their ideas.

  • Grade: 5-8
  • Type: 1 Session / Week
  • Month Fee: $180 
  • Duration: 3 Months/1.5 hours
  • Register: Parental Portal

  • OS: Windows 7 or 8; Mac OS X 10.8 or newer
  • Windows Vista is not supported
  • GPU: Graphics card with DX9 (shader model 2.0) capabilities. Anything made since 2004 should work.
  • The rest mostly depends on the complexity of your projects.

Additional platform development requirements:

  • iOS: Mac computer running minimum OS X 10.9.4 version and Xcode 6.x.
  • Android: Android SDK and Java Development Kit (JDK).
  • Windows 8/8.1 Store Apps / Windows Phone 8/8.1: 64 bit Windows 8.1 Pro and Visual Studio 2013 Update 2+.
  • Blackberry: 32 bit Java Runtime (JRE)

3D Printing 301 TinkerCAD

3D Printing is a course that teaches kids grades 5-8 years to design 3D (3-Dimensional) models using Autodesk TinkerCAD and Meshmixer programs and to 3D print using MakerBot Desktop software. The class encourages students to use creativity in troubleshooting, engineering, and product design. This is a great course to introduce children to 3D printing, and the basic fundamentals of design within a 3D environment.

  • Grade: 5-8
  • Type: 1 Session / Week
  • Month Fee: $180 
  • Duration: 3 Months/1.5 hours
  • Register: Parental Portal

Microsoft Windows®: Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8 (32/64 bit) 1 GB ram 1 GHz processor or faster Minimal supported screen resolution—1024*600 At Least 100 MB of Available Hard Disk space Apple Macintosh®: Mac 10.6, 10.7, and 10.8 with the latest service packs 1 GB ram 1 GHz processor or faster Minimal supported screen resolution—1024*600 At Least 100 MB of Available Hard Disk space

Teaching kids about game design and coding using fun games like Minecraft and Roblox. It doesn’t matter if your child is a novice or expert at gaming, we have tech camps for all ages.

Game Design 101 Minecraft

For kids grades 3-8 to use the Minecraft PC/Mac Edition to go beyond playing and learn the sandbox game and its backend technology prior to managing their own Minecraft server. AccelerateKID uses the PC Edition (NOT for the Pocket, Xbox or tablet) to teach students server building, game design, modding and computer programming. Students will learn about file management, program compatibility, navigating directories, acquiring resource packs, installing multiple mods and much more. The goal is to transition kids to understanding Minecraft’s game and technical configuration to advance into the Minecraft 301 Server class.

  • Grade: K-2
  • Type: 1 Session / Week
  • Month Fee: $160 
  • Duration: 6 months/1.5 hours
  • Register: Parental Portal

ScratchJr runs on both iPads and Android tablets. It will run on an iPad 2 or later, including all iPad minis, with iOS 7.0 or later installed. Note that newer versions of ScratchJr will only run on iOS 8+. It also runs on any Android tablet, 7-inches or larger, that are running Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean MR1) or higher. It does not need web-access to run. We recommend iPads running iOS 9 or greater and Android tablets running Android 5 (Kit Kat) or higher.

Game Design 201 Minecraft Server

Kids grades 5-8 will learn to install their own Minecraft Server and design games on their server using the popular sandbox Minecraft game. Using the PC Edition (NOT for the Xbox or Tablet versions) to teach students server building, game design, entrepreneurship and computer programming. The class will allow students to master Minecraft technology by implementing a server, understanding port forward and creating game arenas. Students will design different games including PVP, Spleef, Capture the Flag and a custom mini-game for their final project.

  • Grade: 5-8
  • Type: 1 Session / Week
  • Month Fee: $180 
  • Duration: 9 Months/1.5 hours
  • Register: Parental Portal

  • A computer with the minimum requirements should be able to play Minecraft. However, for the best experience, please consider the recommended requirements.
  • Minecraft Release 1.6 or newer. Older versions will need to be updated to current versions
  • Please note that some users experience issues playing Minecraft while using a mismatched version of Java for their operating system (32 or 64 bit) while using certain versions of Java 7, or while multiple versions of Java are installed

Minimum Requirements:

  • CPU: Intel Pentium D or AMD Athlon 64 (K8) 2.6 GHz
  • RAM: 2GB
  • GPU (Integrated): Intel HD Graphics or AMD (formerly ATI) Radeon HD Graphics with OpenGL 2.1
  • GPU (Discrete): Nvidia GeForce 9600 GT or AMD Radeon HD 2400 with OpenGL 3.1
  • HDD: At least 200MB for Game Core and Other Files
  • Java 6 Release 45

Recommended Requirements:

  • CPU: Intel Core i3 or AMD Athlon II (K10) 2.8 GHz
  • RAM: 4GB
  • GPU: GeForce 2xx Series or AMD Radeon HD 5xxx Series (Excluding Integrated Chipsets) with OpenGL 3.3
  • HDD: 1GB
  • The latest release of Java 7 from java.com

Game Design 301 Minecraft Java

Kids grades 5-8 will learn how to use the Java programming language with their Minecraft server to design and build mods with Mcreator. Using the Minecraft PC Edition (NOT for the Xbox or Tablet version) to teach students server technology, game design, business models and computer programming. Minecraft modding is the most popular feature to modify and add custom items to their games. The goal is for students to learn Java language and create mods in their Minecraft server and client.

  • Grade: 5-8
  • Type: 1 Session / Week
  • Month Fee: $180 
  • Duration: 9 Months/1.5 hours
  • Register: Parental Portal

Running Scratch 2.0 requires a relatively new web browser: Google Chrome 35 or later, Mozilla Firefox 31 or later, Internet Explorer 9 or later, or Microsoft Edge. You also need Adobe Flash Player 10.2 or later installed (which is only available on Windows 2000 or later or Mac OS X 10.4 or later). Scratch is designed for screens with a size of 1024 x 768 or larger. Scratch 2.0 can only run on Windows, Mac and some versions of Linux.

Game Design 401 Roblox Studio

Kids grades 5-8 to will design a game world in 3D space using the Roblox Studio editor and learn Lua Scripting language. Roblox Studio will allow students to build their own worlds with the sophisticated terrain, objects, and items by adding behaviors to their game using computer programming. Projects include the Racing Game, Capture The Flag and more. Every student will create their own game as their final project.

  • Grade: 5-8
  • Type: 1 Session / Week
  • Month Fee: $180 
  • Duration: 9 Months/1.5 hours
  • Register: Parental Portal

Microsoft Windows®: Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8 (excluding METRO)

  • (32/64 bit) with the latest service packs
  • 1 GB ram
  • 1 GHz processor or faster
  • Minimal supported screen resolution—1024×600
  • At Least 1.5 GB of Available Hard Disk space

Apple Macintosh®: Mac 10.6, 10.7, and 10.8 with the latest service packs

  • 1 GB ram
  • 1 GHz processor or faster
  • Minimal supported screen resolution—1024×600
  • At Least 1.5 GB of Available Hard Disk space

Game Design 501 Unity

Kids grades 5-8 will learn to design 3D game animation and video games using the Unity Game Engine. Students in this course will learn to use the Unity software with C# (C-sharp) programming language. Unity is utilized by companies such as Cartoon Network Studios. The class will apply creativity and programming skills to create 2D and 3D games and animation. Assignments in this course will consist of learning to use Unity 5 to create games. Unity allows students to not only create their own characters but also to code them utilizing both 3D technology and the coding language C#.

  • Grade: 5-8
  • Type: 1 Session / Week
  • Month Fee: $180 
  • Duration: 9 Months/1.5 hours
  • Register: Parental Portal

  • OS: Windows 7 or 8; Mac OS X 10.8 or newer
  • Windows Vista is not supported
  • GPU: Graphics card with DX9 (shader model 2.0) capabilities. Anything made since 2004 should work.
  • The rest mostly depends on the complexity of your projects.

Additional platform development requirements:

  • iOS: Mac computer running minimum OS X 10.9.4 version and Xcode 6.x.
  • Android: Android SDK and Java Development Kit (JDK).
  • Windows 8/8.1 Store Apps / Windows Phone 8/8.1: 64 bit Windows 8.1 Pro and Visual Studio 2013 Update 2+.
  • Blackberry: 32 bit Java Runtime (JRE)

STUDENT TO INSTRUCTOR RATIO

We tailor every lesson plan to each child’s individual needs; focusing on obtainable goals while also introducing new challenges to encourage kids to positively step outside of their comfort zone. Contact us if you need any help finding the right course for your child.

REAL WORLD CURRICULUM

Our proven curriculum encourages kids to think outside the box through the wonderment of technology. Classes introduce entrepreneurship skills including confidence in presentation, task management, story-boarding/conceptualizing, organization, and in select courses business model development (with our AccelerateKID lean canvas). Our instructors provide mentorship as experienced professionals in the tech industry.

FULFILLMENT

Every 3 months, we assess each student with an individualized evaluation to identify his or hers strengths and any areas needing more attention to ensure each student fulfills their highest potential and achieves a long-term advantage in a competitive world.

FLEXIBILITY

AccelerateKID offers lab days in the event of a student absence. Lab days offer a day of catch up for those who missed a session or are falling behind and introduce new challenges to kids who are on track or ahead of the class. Ensuring all kids are able to reach their fullest potential is our highest priority.

YEAR-ROUND

Classes are available year-round. New classes are made available each month and schedules can be reviewed prior to registration. Each course runs 4-9 months and meets one day per week for 1-1.5 hours. Payments are made in monthly tuition installments with no commitment; you can cancel at any time.

INSTRUCTION

At the beginning of each class, we review previous instruction and homework for 15 minutes, ensuring all students are caught up. This is continued by 60 minutes of instruction. We conclude each class with 15 minutes of review, homework assignment and student work backup. All students retain rights to any and all work they have completed throughout the class.

Please note that our class offerings vary per location (Wixom and Madison Heights). If the class you’re looking for is not yet available, you can request it here or subscribe to our newsletter and we will update you when new classes become available.