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Class Dates: January 16th - February 13th (2 meetings per week, 1 hour per meeting) 

Class Times: Varies by class, check class page for more info

Where: Online (Zoom)

We are excited to announce that our winter classes are a collaboration with FRC Team Skywalkers and FTC Team Tacobots! Taught by our and their experienced and passionate teachers, students of all backgrounds from all around the globe will be able to learn skills from these courses: (Note that recommendations are just recommendations. If you believe your child can keep up with a course, feel free to sign them up)

Competitive Math

Mondays 8:00 PM PST, Saturdays 1:00 PM


This class prepares students for the AMC 8 and MOEMS math competitions. For AMC 8, students will learn algebra, geometry, and probability. Students will practice on sample problems from various year's tests and learn from qualified instructors and past competitors. For MOEMS, students will cover past question papers. 

Recommended for 4th - 8th graders

4th - 6th: MOEMS

6th - 8th: AMC 8

Intro to Coding in Scratch

Tuesdays 8:00 PM PST, Saturdays 3:00 PM


In this class, students will learn fundamental programming concepts using Scratch, a block-based coding language with visual outputs using Sprites. Topics covered will start from variables all the way to more advanced topics such as looping and basic algorithms.

Recommended for 2nd - 5th graders with little to no prior coding experience

Intro to Coding in Java and Python


Wednesdays 8:00 PM PST, Sundays 1:00 PM

In this class, students will learn important programming knowledge in Java and Python, two of the most common coding languages. Students will select one of the two languages to learn. The concepts covered will be the same for both languages. At the end of the course, students will create a final project that has taken the form of a guessing game, the tic-tac-toe game, and Pac-Man in the past.

Recommended for 4th - 8th graders with little to no prior coding experience. 

Intro to Computer-Aided Design (CAD)


Thursdays 8:00 PM PST, Sundays 3:00 PM

In this class, students will learn how to use the program Onshape to create 3 dimensional designs. CAD is an essential part of engineering and is extremely useful for everything from personal projects to building airplanes. Students will learn how to create sketches, 3D assemblies, all the way to creating their own final project. Past final projects have included working keyboards, rubiks cubes, and more! 

Recommended for 4th - 10th graders with little to no prior experience

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