Code Ninjas of Wildwood

After School and Weekend Enrichment Classes
16747 Main Street
Wildwood, MO 63040

Code Ninjas Wildwood teaches children ages 5-14 computer coding and problem-solving skills while they have fun building video games. They will learn how to code in a fun, safe and inspiring environment, where gaming is celebrated, and STEM is cool. Code Ninjas Wildwood accomplishes this with a robust, game-based curriculum. The CREATE program is for ages 8-14 and is built to keep our Ninjas engaged, challenged, and learning! Whether building their own video games or debugging code, your child will be begging you to let them come back! The curriculum is self-paced but not self-taught; kids get immediate help and encouragement from Code Senseis and fellow students as they advance from white to black belt. The CREATE JR program builds a foundation of coding and problem-solving skills for kids ages 5-7 through our fun and completely visual curriculum  - no reading required.

Code Ninjas Wildwood offers flexible scheduling during our student hours which allows families a simple solution to an already crowded activity calendar. At Code Ninjas, we believe the world will be a better place when our children are writing the code. This doesn't mean we believe all of our students will grow up to be programmers. It means the skills they learn while coding, algorithmic and computational thinking, leadership, and creativity, to name a few, will benefit them for the rest of their lives.

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