Technology is the future! STEM jobs pay in the top 3% across all industries, and children who learn to code in middle school and high school are 75% more likely to choose Computer Science degrees.
Our AP Computer Science class, which follows Harvard University’s curriculum with the option to purchase certification at the end, helps students stand out in college admissions.
In this AP Computer Science course, our trained tutors will work through the Harvard University curriculum on edX. At the end of the course, there will be the option to purchase certification so that the class credit will be added to your child’s College Board profile.
We match three students of similar ages or skill levels in a group with one tutor. Groups meet weekly for one-hour sessions, and students will see the same tutor week after week for consistency.
New concepts are taught, discussed and reinforced in class each week. Between classes, self-study modules help students further their learning at home. The small-group class model guarantees individual attention and extra help when needed.
Students will develop a broad and robust understanding of computer science and programming, including how to think algorithmically and solve programming problems efficiently.
In this course, students will develop high-level proficiency in coding and practical application development, including a strong understanding of full stack web development across various technologies.
This, combined with the collaboration and social skills required, will serve as a strong foundation in the working world as young adults learn to create projects and work in globally diverse teams.
Many students show higher engagement rates and better retention of new concepts when they learn with peers. Techfunic classes also facilitate your child’s development of emotional and social intelligence through interactions with a diverse group of peers and tutors.
Coding is the new literacy. Give your child the opportunity to develop these important skills to thrive in a tech-focused world.