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Learn the fundamentals of computer programming with our popular Python course. Python is an essential programming learning used by beginners to professional engineers to code nearly everything from everyday websites you use to machine learning models. Level I is an introduction to the basic syntax of Python and is recommended for 4th - 6th graders. Level II requires Python knowledge and emphasizes problem solving and creating more elaborate projects.

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Level I: 4th - 6th grade student with strong mathematical thinking skills for their age. Level II: 7th - 9th grade student with previous knowledge in Python.


9 - 10 AM ET (Note: 6 - 7 AM PT). Monday, Wednesday, Friday from July 12th to 29th. Course emphasizes mathematical and physical conceptual thinking and real world problem solving.

Student to Teacher Ratio


9-10 AM ET


Anay Soni

Programmer @ Mason

Hrishikesh Ingale

Computer Science @ UC Berkeley

Joyce Fang

Computer Science @ UC Berkeley

If you don't know which course is the right fit, call (609) 200 0093 for help!

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