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Camps & Classes

School Season Coding Classes for Kid

School season classes meet once a week, on weeknights or Saturdays. Classes run for 27 weeks (shorter classes can be arranged). Each session lasts anywhere from 1 to 2 hours.

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Summer Coding Camp for Kids

Our summers are not your typical camp. Think of it more like the experience of being part of a real video game design team!

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"The most influential courses of my life"

My name is Austin Chamney, and I have been attending courses at Real Programming for Kids since I was thirteen years old. I started off programming the original Donkey Kong game with the beginner language Visual Basic.

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Austin Chamney
A former RP4K student

"Thank you for the great learning experience"

Our experience was extraordinary. All three of them thoroughly enjoyed the program. I was able to observe our children several times through the week and witnessed first hand their high level of interest and engagement.

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Cole Dolny
An RP4K parent

"Gabriel had an awesome time and learned so much!"

Dear Elliott: Thank you so much for the programs that you offer at RP4K. Gabriel had an awesome time and learned so much! You have excellent instructors. Joseph, Anthony and Zach are very professional and impressive knowledge. Gabriel liked them all, but loved Zach’s teaching methodology! Thank you 🙂

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Lillian Insley
An RP4K Parent

"Every instructor was fantastic"

I would like to thank Elliott and the teachers at Real Programming 4 Kids for the effort they put into their programs and their interest in the students. In 2003, when my son was about 10 years old he expressed an interest in making video games.

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Heather McCann
An RP4K parent

"RP4K is the best programming school"

My name is Brandon Smith, back in grade 5 or 6 I began taking courses from you, which includes Pacman, Asteroids, DirectX and HL Mods, which by the way were awesome courses with great people.

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Brandon Smith
A former RP4K student