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Computer Programming & Coding for Kids in Toronto

Classes are held at:

Leaside United Church

822 Millwood Rd.
Toronto, ON

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"The program presented by RP4K is effective due to interesting projects (the games line up with what most kids like), small classes and excellent instructors."

We have two kids who have been on regular enrollment at R4PK for a few years now, so I think we are in a position to judge the effectiveness of the program. My twelve-year-old son is a strong programmer by now after moving through various languages (VB, C#, C++, Java) and has built enough of […]

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Daniel DuPlessis

"RP4K was a really special experience"

My name is Fernando. 10 years ago I was an RP4K student. Now I'm a professional game developer. RP4K was a really special experience for me during my youth. RP4K got me started with the programming languages that I use today.

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Fernando Restituto
O/A Wind Jester Games

"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

"She absolutely loves everything about the program!!"

Thaya, our 8 year old daughter joined the beginner’s coding class at Real Programming 4 Kids in 2017. She absolutely loves everything about the program!! The morning of her second session in the program, I shared with her that I was going to be taking her that afternoon again. She cheered with excitement. I was […]

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Thul Miles