Hackingtons Location: Rocklin

Founded by a public school teacher in 2014, we focus on teaching kids to code in Python, JavaScript, or game development. Classes meet once-per-week for 70 minutes. Ages 8-15. $140/month tuition.

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6011 Stanford Ranch Rd. Unit 102

Hackingtons explained:

Everything we do is to inspire your child to build great things. This begins with teaching the basics of computer programming, which we believe is the most powerful skill set in today's economy.

During your child's FREE trial class, the instructor will determine the best "Black Belt" curriculum track for your child's age/ability/interests.

During every class, we expect your child to complete a real-world project and showcase it to the class. We strive for results and more importantly, we want to give your child credit for their hard work.

Black Belt Curriculum:

Scratch: A drag-n-drop coding language developed by MIT. Great for kids with no prior coding experience.

HTML/CSS/JS The foundation for web app development. Easy to learn and great for kids who have an entrepreneurial spirit.

Python: Today's "most popular" general scripting language for manipulating big-data, A.I, and machine-learning.

JavaScript: Currently the most 'popular' coding language in the world, this is an advanced continuation of our HTML curriculum.

Unity3D: Professional game engine (using the C# language) to create games for Xbox, Nintendo, Steam, Itch.io, and more platforms. (Advanced 13+)

Class starting times at the Rocklin location:
*Some are waitlisted

Mon Tues Wed Thurs Sat
3:10pm 9:00am
4:30pm 4:30pm 4:30pm 4:30pm 10:20am
5:50pm 5:50pm 5:50pm 5:50pm 11:40am

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Why join Hackingtons in Rocklin?

Learning to code is one of the most useful skills your child can learn, and choosing a code school that fits your child's personality is very important.

At Hackingtons, we celebrate your child for who they are and what they can build. Our enthusiasm is contagious, and our goal is to help your child fall in love with computer programming.

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How Class Meetings Work:

Each class consists of three parts: teacher check-in, coding-time, and class showcase. We expect every child to complete a significant amount of coding during a class, and to post their project to our public showcase at the end of every class.

Watch this week's "Best of Hackingtons" Showcase

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