STEAM YEAR ROUND

ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP

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STEAM exposure has never been more important than now. With the ever changing landscape of technology, future graduates of 2030 and beyond must be prepared to face the world and the future job market with confidence. This confidence must come from a place of balanced upbringing which comprises of:

  • Tech savvy kids

  • Balance of social emotional learning

  • Creative thinkers

  • Problem solvers

Code-it Hacks provides a safe space for young learners to learn this balance in our unique play-based STEM school.

We have two amazing annual membership programs for the 2020-2021 academic year:

  1. Coding, Digital Arts and Animation club

  2. Maker Robotics and Engineering club

 

Choose one or sign up for both

CODING, DIGITAL ARTS AND ANIMATION CLUB

  • Access to two courses per term

  • Total of 6 courses per academic year

  • Choose from a variety of programs such as: SCRATCH, PYTHON, ROBLOX, MINECRAFT, JAVA, 3D digital modelling, Animation etc.

  • Free access to annual Hackathon

  • A saving of $500 CAD

Total Cost: $1800 CAD (Inclusive of taxes)

Payment plan of three installemnts available at checkout.

MAKER ROBOTICS & ENGINEERING CLUB

  • Access to two courses per term from the two popular programs:

Engineering Marvel - Think & Create outside the box club​

Maker Robotics Inventors Club

  • All electronics, circuit boards, supplies and equipment included for the year

  • Free access to annual Hackathon

  • A saving of $500 CAD

Total Cost: $2100 CAD (Inclusive of taxes)

Payment plan of three instalments available at checkout

TESTIMONIALS

We research the latest Technology trends and carefully craft the programs so your children are always exposed to the most current technologies and their applications

Code-it Hacks programs are never the same year over year. We strive to bring the latest in technology so your child is always a step ahead

  • CODING

    Ages 7 - 12

  • 3D Digital Arts & Animation

    Ages 7 - 12

  • MAKER ROBOTICS

    Ages 7 - 12

  • ENGINEERING 

    Ages 7- 12

  • TEEN STEMcademy

    Ages 12 +

Frequently asked questions

What is the duration of Coding Programs?


All coding programs run for 10 - 12 weeks in length. Students meet once a week for a duration of 90 minutes virtually




Is there homework?


Students may have to do additional work outside of class to practice what they have learned. Like math, coding skills improve with practice. Students can expect about 15 to 20 minutes of homework for the week.




How do I know I know which level to sign up for?


If you are an absolute beginner in any of our programs please sign-up for level 1. If you have done a camp with us, for that program you can sign up for Level 2 or call us to discuss. All new students interested in joining Code-it Hacks 2020-2021 programs can email us at hello@codeithacks.com to setup a short evaluation to determine your level.




How much does each program cost?


All semestered coding, digital art and animation, and engineering programs are priced at $350 inclusive of taxes. All semestered Maker Robotics programs are priced at $450 inclusive of taxes.




How much is an annual membership and what is included?


There are two types of Annual membership programs: Coding and Digital Arts Club Maker Robotics & Engineering Coding Club and Digital Arts - Annual Membership With this membership, students are entitled to take any two programs every semester. That is a total of 6 programs in the year. Roblox SCRATCH Python 3D digital arts and Animation 3D gaming with Unity C# Java Minecraft The cost for annual membership is $1800 for the year. With the membership you save $500. Camps and PA days are not included in the annual membership program. Program start date is September 21st 2020. There are three terms offerred in the annual membership as follows: Fall: September 21st, 2020 Winter: January 5th, 2021 Spring: April 5th, 2021 Maker Robotics & Engineering - Annual membership With this membership students are entitled to the following programs offerred year round:

  • Maker Robotics Inventors Club
  • Young Engineers Club - Think & Create Outside the Box
The cost for annual membership is $2100 for the year. With the membership you save $500. All Circuit boards, electronics and supplies are included in the membership Camps and PA days are not included in the annual membership program. Program start date is September 21st 2020. There are three terms offerred in the annual membership as follows: Fall: September 21st, 2020 Winter: January 5th, 2021 Spring: April 5th, 2021




What is your refund policy?


You can receive a full refund for the program 2 weeks prior to the start date of the program. After that, families are eligible to a credit towards another program within the 2020 - 2021 academic year. Annual Membership Refund policy: You can receive a full refund for the program up until September 12th, 2020. Annual memberships work on a 10 month comittment program (not inclusive of camps or PA days). Should you decide to quit the program mid-stream, only a credit will be applied to your account for future use until the end of the 2020 - 2021 academic year.




What if my child misses a class?


If a child misses a class, we will send you a recording of the virtual class for the student to follow at their own pace.




What if my child is not engaged after first class?


Once the program has started and if your child is not engaging in the program, we will first try to determine the reason. If the content is too easy we will move the student to a higher level. If the student is finding the program too dificult to follow, we will arrange for a meeting with the parents to determine the best course of action. This could include some one-on-one time with the coaches. If neither solution is right and the student wishes to withdraw, we will only be able to refund 25% of the cost of the program. (This does not apply to the anuual membership).




What is the difference between virtual Coding and Virtual Maker Robotics program?


Code-it Hacks offers play-based coding and Maker Robotics programs. In the virtual coding programs, campers will learn the fundamentals of programming while creating interactive games. Campers will take a deep dive into developing key programming skills. The Virtual Maker Robotics programs are designed to engage young learners via hands-on Maker projects while developing basics of coding. Students will learn the fundamentals of electronics, robotics and basics of programming as they work through their inventions.




What hardware and software do I need for the virtual coding program?


For the Coding camp you need the following hardware: Laptop or Desktop with windows or iOS. Chromebook will only work for the SCRATCH coding programs Quiet place to participate in the workshop Internet connectivity You need the following Software: For SCRATCH: SCRATCH Account Creation: Please follow the link to access SCRATCH. Create an account. (it is free to create the account: https://scratch.mit.edu ) For PYTHON: Trinket account creation: Please follow the link to access Trinket. Create an account (It is free to create the account: https://trinket.io ) For Blender: Roblox Studio is FREE: To download the software visit the site HERE For ROBLOX: Roblox Studio is FREE: To download the software visit the site HERE Please visit the TEEN STEMCademy page to learn about the requirements for the TEEN coding programs




What supplies and equipment will Code-it Hacks provide for the Maker Robotics program and the engineering program?


We will provide you with all the supplies and electronics - you just need to show up with a dose of curiosity and abundant imagination! Engineering camp supply kit will sent to all registered students in advance. All students registered for the Maker Robotics club will receive a supplies and electronics kit as part of the registration. The kit will include components such as:

  • PIR Sensor
  • Motion sensor
  • Crash sensor
  • Moisture Sensor
  • OLED display
  • Buzzer
  • Motors
  • LED lights
  • Jumper cables
  • Breakout board
Code-it Hacks will also provide necessary circuit boards such as:
  • Micro:bits
  • Circuits Playground
  • Arduino




How many students are registered in each course and what is the student to teacher ratio?


Each virtual camp has a maximum of 8 students. Each virtual class will have one instructor and 1 to 2 coaches.





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