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Computer Programming & Coding for Kids in Richmond Hill

Located at the Historical Vanderburgh House in Richmond Hill, where the Richmond Hill Board of Trade is located. Parking lot accessible from Church Street South.

Classes are available on the following days during School Season:
Saturdays: 9:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Wednesdays: 5:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Thursdays: 5:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Check the 2020 Summer Camp Registration Form for details on our Weekly Camp programs!

Classes are held at:

Richmond Hill Board of Trade

376 Church Street South
Richmond Hill, ON

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"She absolutely loves everything about the program!!"

I would highly recommend Real Programming 4 Kids and wish we had introduced Thaya earlier to the program!

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Thul Miles
RP4K Parent

"I want to congratulate you on receiving the Richmond Hill Chamber of Commerce Business Achievement Award"

I want to congratulate you on receiving the Richmond Hill Chamber of Commerce Business Achievement Award. It was a wonderful evening of celebration of business in Richmond Hill. Wishing you continued success in your future endeavours. Your’s very truly Dave Barrow, Mayor

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Dave Barrow
Mayor of Richmond Hill

"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

"A Testimonial From Dr. Margarita Vinnikov (One Of Our Instructors!)"

This hands-on style of teaching works well with different types of learners, it allows younger students to stay concentrated for a longer time, and it develops problem skills that can be used for other subjects and different life situations.

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Dr. Margarita (Rita) Vinnikov
Assistant Professor, Department of Informatics - New Jersey Institute Of Technology