Houston Coding Summer Camps
Are you looking for an awesome kids day camp near you!? We have camps in Kingwood, The Woodlands, Cypress, Katy, Sugarland, Friendswood, Bellaire, Houston Heights, and the Memorial area. We are also expanding our course offerings for all ages.
In 2018, we hosted over 90 coding / tech camps in the Houston area. 2019 will be our biggest yet!
We plan to release our full camp offerings by February 1st, 2019.
2018 camp topics:
ScratchJr / Early Coding, Games in Scratch, Games in Python, Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Games in Unity, Apps in iOS, Minecraft Modding, Roblox Studio
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What sets us apart?
While there are many options for summer camps and some options for computer programming camps, Coder Kids provides a premier summer experience for a fraction of the cost.
Focus on Learning
One common complaint we hear from parents is that their child walked away from other coding camps without really knowing any new skills or applying those skills. While we can't force our students to keep learning after they leave our camps, many of our students continue learning with us, and at the very least have a nice portfolio of work by the end of the week. Our curriculum is great for all ages and all skill levels.
A Fair Price
Coding camps are expensive to run due to the skill level of our instructors and the equipment that we use. But unlike other camps run at universities, we aren't all about the profit. We know most of our families are making a sacrifice to send their child to our camps and we try to make it affordable. In the end, our camps are about half the cost or less of other camps, and we offer some half-day options to lower the price further.
Variety of Topics
Coder Kids was founded in Houston and continues to operate out of Houston today. Support local business by helping Coder Kids grow in our community.
Coder Kids offers scholarships to low-income students in our community. Our instructors and staff members commonly share curriculum ideas and content for free with low income schools throughout Houston. We truly care about developing the future of Houston as a tech hub.