Open Lab: Networking and IPV4

Scott Blanck
We had fun doing an Open Lab activity this week on "How the Internet works". Our students learned about network addresses on the local lab network ...

Student Quote of the Week

ScratchScott Blanck
I have been using Scratch more than Google. - Micah, Start Coder

Scratch Day Success

CreativityScott Blanck
We had a great turnout for Scratch Day 2012. Thanks, everyone! We ran out of chairs and excited students even took over the instructors table. We c...

Three Rules of Coding

Scott Blanck
At the beginning of our coding classes, we remind the students of the three informal rules of participating in Start Code. We work hands-on. We do ...

Launch Code

PythonScott Blanck
We held our first programming labs on Saturday and consider the day a great success. Thank you to all the students and parents who joined us. The s...

Instagram Founder Coded in Middle School

FacebookScott Blanck
This week, Facebook acquired Instagram for $1 Billion for a company that had no revenue but had a great product and lots of users. Instagram's foun...

Start Coding: Start Creating

Coding classes in Atlanta for kids and teens. Start:Code brings the creativity and wonder of technology to students by creating a fun atmosphere for innovation while giving them the skills and direction to create tomorrow.

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Coding Labs for Beginners

Coding Class for Elementary Students
Start:Code Intro to Programming

Grades 3rd - 5th

The Elementary lab is for 3rd, 4th and 5th grade students who are interested in technology and want to try programming and making games.


Young Starter Lab
Start:Code Young Starter Lab

Grades 6th - 8th

This coding class is for middle-school students who want to start learning popular languages like Python, JavaScript and Java. For both beginners and experienced students, held after-school evenings and Saturdays.


Starter Lab
Start:Code Starter Lab

Grades 9th - 12th

This class is for students who want to start coding or build on existing skills. Learn real languages like Python, JavaScript, and Java. Classes held after-school evenings and Saturdays.