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Welcome to theCoderSchool

Berkeley, CA

2093 Rose St, Berkeley, CA 94709
Across from Safeway
Map(510)679-2375berkeley@thecoderschool.com
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Hellloo East Bay!!  We are so excited to bring The Coder School to Berkeley! With UC Berkeley, the best public university in the country down the street, Pixar, the leader in animation innovation around the corner and Oakland, the latest stop in the Bay Area tech boom just minutes away, Berkeley is where the next generation of artists, thinkers, inventors and coders are all gathering.  

At The Coder School Berkeley, we want to do more than just teach coding. We want aspiring coders to use their new found passion as a stepping stone to thinking outside the box, as a way to channel their ideas in a creative way and most importantly, to have fun.  Interested? Book a FREE trial today and we will be in touch shortly to tell you more!

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Who is theCoderSchool

Code Coaching®

Code Coaching® is our core philosophy, and what our school is all about!  We believe that every student is different, and that kids should learn in the way that works best for each child. How? Our Code Coaches® - they're the magic sauce!  Unlike some coding schools, we don't just leave the kids in front of a computer, expecting the software to teach them how to code. Nor do we force all kids to go through the same curriculum or projects, regardless of their skills and interests. Instead, our Code Coaches® customize their lessons for each child, and focus on a 2 on 1 mentee-mentor relationship with our kids so our students can get the focused attention they need.

Code Coaching® works for kids of all ages and skill levels, from novice to advanced. From game development to web apps, Python to Java, or even niche technologies like AI and beyond, our Coaches can help your kids achieve their goals.

Sessions run one or two hours a week (your choice), at the same time every week on a schedule that works for both you and our assigned Coach. Check out our video for more info!

Coding Lessons for Kids in Berkeley, CA

Coding takes practice, and we believe getting kids to code consistently throughout the year is the only way they'll really learn to code! That's where our Code Coaches® come in, providing a long-term mentoring relationship to teach kids to code, from someone who's a coder themselves.

Our coding school's flagship program, Code Coaching®, combines a super-small teaching ratio of typically 2:1 or 1:1 with individualized curriculum so kids are able to move at their own pace, doing things that interest them most. This program works for kids of all ages and skill levels. From game development to web apps, Python to Java, or even niche technologies like AI and beyond, our Code Coaches can help your kids achieve their programming goals. Sessions run one or two hours a week (your choice), at the same time every week on a schedule that works for both you and our assigned Coach. Our lessons are taught in-person at our schools where available, or can be online for social distancing. Fill out our form above to get a free trial today!

Our Coder Tree®

We believe that every student learns in his or her own way, not only in what they want to work on, but how fast and how much. Our Coder Tree® is a visualization of our students' learning options as they grow and a sampling of some of the topics we teach. Like real trees, our students' coding journeys are unique from each other, but all require strong foundations and trunks to support their higher, advanced branches. Need a magnifying glass? Here's a zoomable view.

Tracking Progress

Custom coding means tracking progress is even more important! Our suite of proprietary tools* does just that. Our Coder Progress and Notes+ systems chart weekly progress through concept tracking and freeform notes. App Reviews track longer term progress by identifying current skills to build their individual Coder Tree®. Finally, our Student Portal is a one-stop shop to see it all and then some! Confused? It's complicated! Get an idea by clicking through a Sample Student's functional Student Portal to see for yourself.

* Used by participating locations, check your location for availability

Apps We Build

Congressional App Challenge

Each year, theCoderSchool partners with the Congressional App Challenge, a nationwide coding contest run by districts of the U.S. Congress. Take a look at our recent winners, or ask about our App Gallery to see more apps!

  • Drone/AI social distance detection
    2020 Winner - Buffalo NY
    Drone/AI social distance detection
  • Teen job/volunteer matching
    2020 Winner - St Louis MO
    Teen job/volunteer matching
  • 3D Max Game in HTML
    2020 Winner - Folsom CA
    3D Max Game in HTML
  • Note taking for online learning
    2020 Winner - Las Vegas NV
    Note taking for online learning
  • Help make food decisions for health
    2020 Winner - Buffalo, NY
    Help make food decisions for health
  • Distribute restaurant leftovers
    2020 Winner - Syosset NY
    Distribute restaurant leftovers
  • Webapp using real-time weather
    2020 2nd Place - St Louis MO
    Webapp using real-time weather
  • Assess COVID wellness
    2020 3rd Place - Syosset NY
    Assess COVID wellness
  • Checkbook balancing
    2020 Hon. Men. - Westerville OH
    Checkbook balancing
  • 3D Platformer Game
    2020 Best Prez - Pasadena CA
    3D Platformer Game

2021 Summer Camps

Let's get ready for summer camps! This summer we will be holding both in-person and online summer camps as our community continues to face the realities of the COVID-19 pandemic. We will operate our in-person camps according to all City of Berkeley's health guidelines.

Our In-Person Summer camps are held at The Coder School Berkeley from 9 am to 3 pm Mon-Fri and will be limited to 6 campers with 1 coach per camp. Kids bring their own lunches and water bottles and we'll take care of the rest! Kids code throughout the week and then demo their week's creations on the last day of camp. Our In-Person camps will require all students, coaches and staff to wear face coverings and our facility will be organized for campers to maintain 6 feet of physical distance between campers and coaches.

Our Online Summer Camps will use Zoom and will run from 9:30 am to 2:30 pm with a 1 hour lunch break from 11:30 am to 12: 30 pm. Our Online Camps will be a mixture of working on a week-long coding project, coding challenges, Kahoot! quizzes, tech talks, small group collaboration with breakout rooms, interactive games, exercise and screen-free breaks and of course, the chance to present their project to their fellow campers on the last day of camp! Campers will be required to have the following minimum technology available at home:

  • Windows PC, Apple/Mac, or Chromebook (or similar) computer
  • Internet connection of at least 15 Mbps (most homes support at least this speed)
  • Microphone/Speakers - Many computers have a built-in microphone/speakers that should work
  • A video/web camera connected to your computer allows us to see your child and coach them better based on their reactions
  • For a limited time (through Monday, March 15, 2021), we're offering our early-bird discount of $100 off in-person camps or $50 off online camps. Just use the code EARLY100 (for In-Person Camps) and EARLY50 (for Online Camps) at checkout.

    Camp registration may be cancelled up to 30 days prior to the first day of the start of camp for a full refund. Cancellations made up to 14 days prior are eligible for a 50% refund.



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    6/7-6/11 In Person WebRox Everything's about the web these days, and that's why Web Rocks! Code with all the base web technologies like HTML/CSS and Javascript, learn how the internet and file transfers work, and get your pages uploaded to our servers for public viewing! Novice or intermediate coders. Learn More Ages 10+ Ages 10+ $575 $475
    (Use Code EARLY100)
    6/7-6/11 In Person Mobile Madness From the day Steve Jobs introduced the iPhone in 2007, smart phones have been slowly taking over all of our worlds. Our Mobile Madness camp gets our intermediate coders introduced to the world of mobile app development by coding mobile apps loaded on an Android-based mobile phone. Each student will receive a basic Android phone that they can keep. Intermediate coders only, please. Learn More Ages 10+ Ages 10+ $650 $550
    (Use Code EARLY100)
    6/7-6/11 Online WebRox Everything's about the web these days, and that's why Web Rocks! Code with all the base web technologies like HTML/CSS and Javascript, learn how the internet and file transfers work, and get your pages uploaded to our servers for public viewing! Novice or intermediate coders. Learn More Ages 10+ Ages 10+ $425 $375
    (Use Code EARLY50)
    6/7-6/11 Online Games Are Awesome A We'll be using cool drag n' drop languages like Scratch or Snap to create some awesome new and classic games! Aimed at our newbie and novice coders. Content will be different from Games Are Awesome B. Learn More Ages 8-10 Ages 8-10 $425 $375
    (Use Code EARLY50)
    6/14-6/18 In Person Games Are Awesome B We'll be using cool drag n' drop languages like Scratch or Snap to create some awesome new and classic games! Aimed at our newbie and novice coders. Content will be different from Games Are Awesome A. Learn More Ages 8-10 Ages 8-10 $575 $475
    (Use Code EARLY100)
    6/14-6/18 Online Games Are Awesome B We'll be using cool drag n' drop languages like Scratch or Snap to create some awesome new and classic games! Aimed at our newbie and novice coders. Content will be different from Games Are Awesome A. Learn More Ages 8-10 Ages 8-10 $425 $375
    (Use Code EARLY50)
    6/14-6/18 Online Python Art Did you know Python doesn't just output text and numbers, it can make visual art too? In Python Art Camp, we'll deep-dive into the visual turtle library to make some gnarly, sometimes hypnotic designs and illustrations. In this camp, we will see how Python code can also be beautiful. For beginners and intermediate coders alike. Ages 10+ Ages 10+ $425 $375
    (Use Code EARLY50)
    6/14-6/18 In Person Control Freak Controlling stuff can be serious fun! Get an introduction to micro-controllers and learn to code LED lights, sensors, buttons, motors and more! Each camper will receive a micro-controller kit that will work with any computer and will include a bunch of cool accessories. Intermediate coders only, please. Ages 10+ Ages 10+ $650 $550
    (Use Code EARLY100)
    6/21-6/25 Online Roblox Remix Using the Lua coding language, learn to make real games on the popular Roblox platform. Campers will use their creativity to build their own game that they can publish and allow the world to play! Windows or MacOS computer required. Designed for intermediate coders. Ages 10+ Ages 10+ $425 $375
    (Use Code EARLY50)
    6/21-6/25 Online Python Startup We don't have a pet snake for our schools, so we'll settle for introducing you to Python, one of the most popular coding languages today. Start slowly or code fast, this camp is for our intermediate coders – no Python experience necessary! Learn More Ages 10+ Ages 10+ $425 $375
    (Use Code EARLY50)
    6/21-6/25 In Person Python Startup We don't have a pet snake for our schools, so we'll settle for introducing you to Python, one of the most popular coding languages today. Start slowly or code fast, this camp is for our intermediate coders – no Python experience necessary! Learn More Ages 10+ Ages 10+ $575 $475
    (Use Code EARLY100)
    6/21-6/25 In Person Pi Jam Jam to the coolest credit card sized gadget, the Raspberry Pi4. Explore cool stuff you can do with a tiny computer, which (depending on the instructor) may include controlling physical stuff like light sensors, Python with Minecraft or other fun stuff! Each student will receive a Raspberry Pi 4 Model B that they can keep. Intermediate coders only, please. Learn More Ages 10+ Ages 10+ $650 $550
    (Use Code EARLY100)
    6/28-7/2 Online WebRox Everything's about the web these days, and that's why Web Rocks! Code with all the base web technologies like HTML/CSS and Javascript, learn how the internet and file transfers work, and get your pages uploaded to our servers for public viewing! Novice or intermediate coders. Learn More Ages 10+ Ages 10+ $425 $375
    (Use Code EARLY50)
    6/28-7/2 Online Games Are Awesome A We'll be using cool drag n' drop languages like Scratch or Snap to create some awesome new and classic games! Aimed at our newbie and novice coders. Content will be different from Games Are Awesome B. Learn More Ages 8-10 Ages 8-10 $425 $375
    (Use Code EARLY50)
    6/28-7/2 In Person Mobile Madness From the day Steve Jobs introduced the iPhone in 2007, smart phones have been slowly taking over all of our worlds. Our Mobile Madness camp gets our intermediate coders introduced to the world of mobile app development by coding mobile apps loaded on an Android-based mobile phone. Each student will receive a basic Android phone that they can keep. Intermediate coders only, please. Learn More Ages 10+ Ages 10+ $650 $550
    (Use Code EARLY100)
    6/28-7/2 In Person Games Are Awesome A We'll be using cool drag n' drop languages like Scratch or Snap to create some awesome new and classic games! Aimed at our newbie and novice coders. Content will be different from Games Are Awesome B. Learn More Ages 8-10 Ages 8-10 $575 $475
    (Use Code EARLY100)
    7/5-7/9 In Person Rise of the Machines Artificial Intelligence (AI) is one of the hottest buzzwords today, and we're ready to help you tackle it. What is AI? Why is it taking over the world? When will the Terminator come back and take down John Connor?? We'll talk about AI use cases, dive into some fundamental algorithms and create some basic AI apps. Intermediate coders only, please. Learn More Ages 10+ Ages 10+ $575 $475
    (Use Code EARLY100)
    7/5-7/9 In Person Control Freak Controlling stuff can be serious fun! Get an introduction to micro-controllers and learn to code LED lights, sensors, buttons, motors and more! Each camper will receive a micro-controller kit that will work with any computer and will include a bunch of cool accessories. Intermediate coders only, please. Ages 10+ Ages 10+ $650 $550
    (Use Code EARLY100)
    7/5-7/9 Online Rise of the Machines Artificial Intelligence (AI) is one of the hottest buzzwords today, and we're ready to help you tackle it. What is AI? Why is it taking over the world? When will the Terminator come back and take down John Connor?? We'll talk about AI use cases, dive into some fundamental algorithms and create some basic AI apps. Intermediate coders only, please. Learn More Ages 10+ Ages 10+ $425 $375
    (Use Code EARLY50)
    7/5-7/9 Online Python Art Did you know Python doesn't just output text and numbers, it can make visual art too? In Python Art Camp, we'll deep-dive into the visual turtle library to make some gnarly, sometimes hypnotic designs and illustrations. In this camp, we will see how Python code can also be beautiful. For beginners and intermediate coders alike. Ages 10+ Ages 10+ $425 $375
    (Use Code EARLY50)
    7/12-7/16 Online Games Are Awesome B We'll be using cool drag n' drop languages like Scratch or Snap to create some awesome new and classic games! Aimed at our newbie and novice coders. Content will be different from Games Are Awesome A. Learn More Ages 8-10 Ages 8-10 $425 $375
    (Use Code EARLY50)
    7/12-7/16 Online Python Startup We don't have a pet snake for our schools, so we'll settle for introducing you to Python, one of the most popular coding languages today. Start slowly or code fast, this camp is for our intermediate coders – no Python experience necessary! Learn More Ages 10+ Ages 10+ $425 $375
    (Use Code EARLY50)
    7/12-7/16 In Person Pi Jam Jam to the coolest credit card sized gadget, the Raspberry Pi4. Explore cool stuff you can do with a tiny computer, which (depending on the instructor) may include controlling physical stuff like light sensors, Python with Minecraft or other fun stuff! Each student will receive a Raspberry Pi 4 Model B that they can keep. Intermediate coders only, please. Learn More Ages 10+ Ages 10+ $625 $525
    (Use Code EARLY100)
    7/12-7/16 In Person Python Startup We don't have a pet snake for our schools, so we'll settle for introducing you to Python, one of the most popular coding languages today. Start slowly or code fast, this camp is for our intermediate coders – no Python experience necessary! Learn More Ages 10+ Ages 10+ $575 $475
    (Use Code EARLY100)
    7/19-7/23 Online Roblox Remix Using the Lua coding language, learn to make real games on the popular Roblox platform. Campers will use their creativity to build their own game that they can publish and allow the world to play! Windows or MacOS computer required. Designed for intermediate coders. Ages 10+ Ages 10+ $425 $375
    (Use Code EARLY50)
    7/19-7/23 In Person Mobile Madness From the day Steve Jobs introduced the iPhone in 2007, smart phones have been slowly taking over all of our worlds. Our Mobile Madness camp gets our intermediate coders introduced to the world of mobile app development by coding mobile apps loaded on an Android-based mobile phone. Each student will receive a basic Android phone that they can keep. Intermediate coders only, please. Learn More Ages 10+ Ages 10+ $650 $550
    (Use Code EARLY100)
    7/19-7/23 Online Games Are Awesome A We'll be using cool drag n' drop languages like Scratch or Snap to create some awesome new and classic games! Aimed at our newbie and novice coders. Content will be different from Games Are Awesome B. Learn More Ages 8-10 Ages 8-10 $425 $375
    (Use Code EARLY50)
    7/19-7/23 In Person Roblox Remix Using the Lua coding language, learn to make real games on the popular Roblox platform. Campers will use their creativity to build their own game that they can publish and allow the world to play! Windows or MacOS computer required. Designed for intermediate coders. Ages 10+ Ages 10+ $575 $475
    (Use Code EARLY100)
    7/26-7/30 Online Python Startup We don't have a pet snake for our schools, so we'll settle for introducing you to Python, one of the most popular coding languages today. Start slowly or code fast, this camp is for our intermediate coders – no Python experience necessary! Learn More Ages 10+ Ages 10+ $425 $375
    (Use Code EARLY50)
    7/26-7/30 In Person Girls Are Awesome We re-invent our Games Are Awesome camp, but for girls only this week! Girls will use Scratch to explore coding in a fun, supportive & friendly environment. Aimed at newbie and novice coders. Ages 8-10 Ages 8-10 $575 $475
    (Use Code EARLY100)
    7/26-7/30 In Person Control Freak Controlling stuff can be serious fun! Get an introduction to micro-controllers and learn to code LED lights, sensors, buttons, motors and more! Each camper will receive a micro-controller kit that will work with any computer and will include a bunch of cool accessories. Intermediate coders only, please. Ages 10+ Ages 10+ $650 $550
    (Use Code EARLY100)
    7/26-7/30 Online Girls Are Awesome We re-invent our Games Are Awesome camp, but for girls only this week! Girls will use Scratch to explore coding in a fun, supportive & friendly environment. Aimed at newbie and novice coders. Ages 8-10 Ages 8-10 $425 $375
    (Use Code EARLY50)
    8/2-8/6 In Person Pi Jam Jam to the coolest credit card sized gadget, the Raspberry Pi4. Explore cool stuff you can do with a tiny computer, which (depending on the instructor) may include controlling physical stuff like light sensors, Python with Minecraft or other fun stuff! Each student will receive a Raspberry Pi 4 Model B that they can keep. Intermediate coders only, please. Learn More Ages 10+ Ages 10+ $650 $550
    (Use Code EARLY100)
    8/2-8/6 Online WebRox Everything's about the web these days, and that's why Web Rocks! Code with all the base web technologies like HTML/CSS and Javascript, learn how the internet and file transfers work, and get your pages uploaded to our servers for public viewing! Novice or intermediate coders. Learn More Ages 10+ Ages 10+ $425 $375
    (Use Code EARLY50)
    8/2-8/6 Online Games Are Awesome B We'll be using cool drag n' drop languages like Scratch or Snap to create some awesome new and classic games! Aimed at our newbie and novice coders. Content will be different from Games Are Awesome B. Learn More Ages 8-10 Ages 8-10 $425 $375
    (Use Code EARLY50)
    8/2-8/6 In Person WebRox Everything's about the web these days, and that's why Web Rocks! Code with all the base web technologies like HTML/CSS and Javascript, learn how the internet and file transfers work, and get your pages uploaded to our servers for public viewing! Novice or intermediate coders. Learn More Ages 10+ Ages 10+ $575 $475
    (Use Code EARLY100)
    8/9-8/13 In Person Python Startup We don't have a pet snake for our schools, so we'll settle for introducing you to Python, one of the most popular coding languages today. Start slowly or code fast, this camp is for our intermediate coders – no Python experience necessary! Learn More Ages 10+ Ages 10+ $575 $475
    (Use Code EARLY100)
    8/9-8/13 Online Games Are Awesome A We'll be using cool drag n' drop languages like Scratch or Snap to create some awesome new and classic games! Aimed at our newbie and novice coders. Content will be different from Games Are Awesome A. Learn More Ages 8-10 Ages 8-10 $425 $375
    (Use Code EARLY50)
    8/9-8/13 Online Python Startup We don't have a pet snake for our schools, so we'll settle for introducing you to Python, one of the most popular coding languages today. Start slowly or code fast, this camp is for our intermediate coders – no Python experience necessary! Learn More Ages 10+ Ages 10+ $425 $375
    (Use Code EARLY50)
    8/9-8/13 In Person Mobile Madness From the day Steve Jobs introduced the iPhone in 2007, smart phones have been slowly taking over all of our worlds. Our Mobile Madness camp gets our intermediate coders introduced to the world of mobile app development by coding mobile apps loaded on an Android-based mobile phone. Each student will receive a basic Android phone that they can keep. Intermediate coders only, please. Learn More Ages 10+ Ages 10+ $650 $550
    (Use Code EARLY100)
    8/16-8/20 Online WebRox Everything's about the web these days, and that's why Web Rocks! Code with all the base web technologies like HTML/CSS and Javascript, learn how the internet and file transfers work, and get your pages uploaded to our servers for public viewing! Novice or intermediate coders. Learn More Ages 10+ Ages 10+ $425 $375
    (Use Code EARLY50)
    8/16-8/20 In Person Games Are Awesome B We'll be using cool drag n' drop languages like Scratch or Snap to create some awesome new and classic games! Aimed at our newbie and novice coders. Content will be different from Games Are Awesome B. Learn More Ages 8-10 Ages 8-10 $575 $475
    (Use Code EARLY100)

    Our Testimonials

    • "We've had a great experience at the Coder School. They have gone out of their way to be helpful."
      Megan S., Berkeley
    • "My daughter started taking group classes here, progressing to semi-private code coaching classes, and has taken two summer's worth of summer camps, with the most recent being Python Startup camp. The consistency and quality of the classes are the reasons my daughter continues to take classes here. I'm glad to have found a place where my daughter is supported in her interest of coding."
      Jo C., Oakland
    • "My son is loving 2:1 code coaching. A great mix of fundamentals while challenging him at his level."
      Patti C., Berkeley
    • "My 3rd grader did online camp during the last week (school closure with Covid-19 shelter in place). I could not be happier. The instructors did a great job of encouraging the kids to make progress on their projects. It seemed to be a supportive environment where the kids celebrated one another's projects. It was very de-isolating in this period of isolation."
      Jane S., Berkeley
    • "My child recently attended your Spring Break Camp and it was a smashing success! He loved it and I was so impressed by the organization, instruction, and content."
      Mary B., Berkeley
    • "The kids are enjoying the lesson and the follow-up emails are helpful for us so that we can discuss it with them when we all have time together."
      Jocelyn S., Berkeley
    • "My 9 year old is not only learning a valuable skill that is useful in practically every field, but also having fun! I'm so grateful to have found a class that leaves my child wanting to go back every week. They are starting with 'Scratch', sort of a drag and drop method of coding, to help learn the basics. So far, my child has made 2 games and is always excited to share about them after the lesson."
      Gillian G., Albany
    • "I just wanted to let you know that The Coder School Spring Break camp was great. My child had a fantastic time, and I was very impressed with your ability to keep the kids engaged, give them close feedback through the use of breakout rooms, and provide balance throughout the day with breaks and encouragement to be physical."
      Bill P., Berkeley
    • "I love this school and my son has learned sooooooooo much! In only a month he is excited every time is going to the school and has started creating his first programs. He is so proud to show the family his projects. I highly recommend this school: the follow-up emails to parents are great!"
      Daniele P., San Pablo

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    Our Upcoming Events

    Virtual Parent Information Workshop

    Tuesday, March 9 from 7:30 pm to 8:30 pm, PST

    Join us for a free Parent Information Workshop via Zoom where we’ll answer questions such as:

    • Why is coding important and what is it good for?
    • What techniques and strategies have our instructors been using to effectively teach our students via Zoom?
    • What is Scratch? What is Python? What is HTML/CSS?
    • How can your student get the most out of our programs?

    Our Code Coaches and owner will be available to answer any questions you might have about our programs and how to either get your kids starting to code or how to keep them engaged with coding and tech. Open to the public so feel free to invite friends to join us!

    Girl Scout Coding for Good Online Workshops

    Have your Girl Scout Troop earn one of the Coding For Good badges (Coding Basics, Digital Game Design or App Development) with an online coding workshop with The Coder School Berkeley!

    We will host a Zoom session and our Code Coaches will introduce the girls in your troop to the world of coding using Scratch, a graphical coding language or Python, one the most popular coding languages. Additionally, our coaches will have the girls read, discuss and sign the Girl Scout Internet Safety Pledge.

    The Coder School Berkeley's 2-hour coding workshop for Bay Area Girl Scout Troops is designed for girls ages 6-8 (Brownies), 8-11 (Juniors) or 11-14 (Cadette). The workshop costs $250 for up to 12 girls and includes one of the Girl Scout Coding For Good badges (can be picked up or mailed).


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    2093 Rose St, Berkeley, CA 94709
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    Monday: 3:00 – 7:00 PM
    Tuesday: 3:00 – 7:00 PM
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    Thursday: 3:00 – 7:00 PM
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    Saturday: 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM
    Sunday: Closed
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    Meet Our General Manager

    Lynna Tsou

    My name is Lynna Tsou and I'm the general manager/co-owner of theCoderSchool Berkeley. I remember my parents giving me my first Apple IIe computer when I was 10, learning BASIC from my dad, and hating to see the words ‘syntax error’ appear on my screen. Today, I’m learning to code alongside my three kids and trying not to let them get too far ahead of me in technology. I graduated from Cal (Go Bears!) with a PhD in educational psychology and have worked for over 15 years as a school psychologist and educational consultant. As a founding family member of Yu Ming Charter School and an adjunct professor at the Bay Area Teacher Training Institute (BATTI), I teach and mentor teachers throughout the Bay Area. I’m passionate about understanding children and how to best support their social-emotional and learning needs, and I feel so grateful to have this opportunity to bring coding and technology to ALL families and children in a setting that’s both educational and fun!

    Meet Our Code Coaches® Too!

    We've got plenty of Coaches, and tons of Comp Sci experience tucked inside! Who's the best Coach for you? I guess you'll have to come on in for a free trial to find out! Roll over a pic to see if we jotted down their background!
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    Ready to be a Code Coach?

    Are you passionate about working with kids? Good with coding languages like Python, Javascript, Java or similar? Willing to learn the amazing world of drag 'n drop languages like Scratch? Then you might be a great fit for us! At theCoderSchool, our coaches are our product. It's your experience with coding, and more importantly your mentorship through teaching that drives our program. Ready to see what the buzz is all about? Fill out our short form below and let's go!
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    We're always looking for great Code Coaches. Find out more about how to apply today.

    What is theCoderSchool? We are an after-school drop-off (and virtual) program for kids learning to code - a coding school! There's after-school kung fu. There's after-school music lessons, sports, art, tutoring, Chinese, you name it, it's out there. But coding for kids? We're among the first of many, and the largest in Silicon Valley with more locations on the way around the country. The future will be ever more dependent on technology so let's get our young generation ready. Learn to Code, Change the World®.

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