PARKLAND, FL- As the school year turns the corner towards summer, many parents are making plans for activities that will be available to their children as the world slowly opens from the pandemic.

The Coder School in Coral Springs has prepared a summer schedule that is geared directly towards children that want to engage with coding, but also have a lot of fun along the way. Their summer camp schedule showcases a number of week-long camps that give kids an opportunity to find out if they want to take a longer course during the school year.

"The summer camp schedule is geared specifically for students to take a sample of what they may want to do during the school year," says The Coder School Coral Springs owner Rajiv Ralhan.

The week-long courses feature topics such as Roblox, Minecraft, Webrox and coding to build games.

"This is the best time to sign up for a short course and get a feel for what your child likes to do," adds Ralhan. 

The summer begins with a class called "Games Are Awesome," which begins on June 14. Roblox, Webrox, and Minecraft are in the weeks that follow.

Another advantage of taking summer camp courses with The Coder School is individualized instruction and the flexibility to take the courses online.

"We're fully engaged with the students, from the first moment they arrive. Whether the student is in person or online, nobody gives the kids better coding education than we do," summarizes Ralhan.

For more information or to register for an upcoming summer course, please visit The Coder School Coral Springs website.


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