Hey Frisco super parent! We're excited to be teaching Silicon Valley's #1 kids coding program in the DFW area. Technology is advancing everywhere, exciting the minds of kids who want to use it to make, play, and share ideas. Our classes create creative problem solvers and technical entrepreneurs who learn that they can use code to change their world for the better.
At theCoderSchool, 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? Fill out the form and we will be in touch shortly to tell you more!
Hi! My name is Malik Harris and I'm the General Manager of the Frisco CoderSchool.
We've got plenty of Coaches, and tons of Comp Sci
experience tucked inside! Who's the best Coach for you?
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Hello! My name is Tatyana! I am the Assistant Regional Manager for both the Flower Mound and the Frisco locations. I am currently studying English and Marketing at Texas Woman's University in Denton! Working here, I have become more interested in computer science and the STEM fields. I believe that computer science is much more than a pattern of 1's and 0's- it's an ideology that is important for everyone to be familiar with! I coordinate internal and external events as well as help out with the marketing, so if you have any inquiries, you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Hey Ya'll my name is Faryal! I am 24 years old and I love to Code! Some hobbies I enjoy outside of work is reading and playing soccer. On my free days I am usually at the Barnes and Noble enjoying a cup of coffee, most likely reading an autobiography. I also have a passion for playing soccer, which I have been playing since I was 8. When I have time away from school or work I am usually on the field with my friends. I am up for learning new coding languages but my specialty language is Python. I think coding is very important for our future and having kids learn at a young age prepares them for the future. Especially now that technology is becoming more advanced day by day. Programming can also help them have a better understanding of the world around them. Coding also helps children with other skills such as their creativity and even math skills.
I'm Nikhil Gupta! I'm 20 years old. When I'm not coding or doing something computer related in my free time, I'm probably expanding on the Dungeons & Dragons world that I manage and play in with my friends: writing story arcs, spawning enemies, and crafting character personalities for them to interact with.
Outside of scratch and python, I specialize in Java since it's what I learned first back in 9th grade and have always been the most comfortable and knowledgeable in. Python comes close, but Java is definitely my #1. I think computer science is important because it really teaches people how to break down problems into smaller, solvable issues. It promotes trying new things and coming up with faster and more efficient ways to get things done. Technology is also becoming more and more ingrained in our daily lives and culture, so I think that having an understanding of how computers work and what goes on behind the scenes will become increasingly valuable over time, whether in a strictly CS job or not.
My name is Peter Farrell and I love customizing ("hacking") math (and science) learning through technology. It could be low tech like cubes or graph paper or high tech like Logo and Python programming, but the goal is the same: to learn through creating.
I was a math teacher for years, and I always wanted to present the real-life applications of the math topics I was teaching. All of the applications these days seem to be computer-related, and it would be irresponsible to ignore computers in math class.
Hey, my name is Arham and I am 18 years old. Outside of programming in scratch and python, my specialty languages include Java, Swift, and Kotlin. I've been a programmer since the age of 9. I've been in the shoes of so many of my students learning at such a young age. I learned programming by myself by messing with existing Java code and being informed by people much older than me how to do certain things. One of my favorite non coding things to do is play basketball. I've played basketball since second grade. I'm not that great, but I love it! I play it and watch it, and am a fan of the Boston Celtics. My favorite player as a player purely is Kyrie Irving, but as a person has to be LeBron James.Other than basketball, I have an adoration for anime. My favorite anime consists of Monster, Death Note, Ghost in the Shell, and many more.
Computer science is important because programming isn't just a homework assignment or job. Programming is a puzzle; connecting different proposed solutions to make an architecture much like solving a quest in a game. It shifts the way you think. Learning how to code gives you a new-found appreciation for every minute discovery. Playing a flash-game that is "boring" all the sudden becomes astounding when you think of the amount of work one did for it. Organizing a list in your head seems trivial, but in computer science has many different algorithms just trying to be as efficient as our human minds that are taken for granted! As Gabe Newell once said, “The programmers of tomorrow are the wizards of the future. You’re going to look like you have magic powers compared to everybody else.”
Hey! My name is Keaton and I’m 17 years old, Outside of scratch and Python, I would say I’ve had the most practice in Java. I’m a skateboarder, and I think coding is important because it’s the future of technology in businesses, especially AI.
Hey Guys I'm Ross!I am 21 years old and
My hobby outside of coding is playing and recording music.Learning coding is important, especially at a young age, because the world is becoming more and more tech oriented and to learn how this things work is like learning the world's most applicable languages.
Are you a passionate coder? We're always looking for amazing Code Coaches®,
What is theCoderSchool? We are an after-school drop-off 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®.
Proud founding member of IAYCE
(International Alliance of Youth Coding Educators)