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Codezilla

729 St Clair Avenue West Toronto, Ontario, M6G 3J4 Locations: Danforth Village, West Toronto Junction, Virtual Program (view map)

Ages:
6 to 14 (Coed )
Type:
Day camp, After-school / weekend classes
Specialty:
STEM
Cost:
$340 to $450

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About this camp

Codezilla
 

Since 2017, Codezilla has provided award-winning Coding, STEM and Maker camps, school programs and parties for kids across Toronto.

  • 2100+ children at 40+ schools
  • 2019 Best Of Winner - Toronto4Kids
  • 2018 Best STEM Programs for Kids - Toronto4Kids
  • 2019 Best Places In Toronto To Learn How To Code - NOW Magazine

5 summer camps across GTA: Danforth, Junction, North York, Lawrence Manor/Ledbury Park, Wychwood

"My son absolutely loved the camp...He gave it a 25 out of 10!" - Christine

  • 5:1 child-to-adult ratio
  • Shy child? Photo updates on Day 1
  • 2-3 hours of daily exercise
  • Montessori approach: younger and older kids share space, learning and play time


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Virtual program
Coed
Ages: 8 - 14
Computer (multi) $60 to $75
Virtual Program,
Online
Apr 06-09 $60 - $75
Virtual Program,
Online
Apr 06-09 $60 - $75
Animation / 3D design|Computer programming|Technology|Web design/development|Video Game/Web Design|Instructor lead (group)|Math|Reading|STEM
Technology|Video Game/Web Design|Nature/Environment|Reading|STEM
Day Camp
Coed
Ages: 6 - 10
STEM $340 to $400
Technology|Makerspace|Nature/Environment|Public Speaking/Debate|STEM
Arts & Crafts|Animation / 3D design|Computer programming|Technology|Robotics|Makerspace|Nature/Environment|Reading|STEM
Technology|Video Game/Web Design|Nature/Environment|Reading|STEM
Day Camp
Coed
Ages: 6 - 10
STEM $425 to $500
Arts & Crafts|Makerspace|Reading|STEM
Arts & Crafts|Technology|Makerspace|Reading|STEM
Day Camp
Coed
Ages: 6 - 10
STEM $425 to $500
Arts & Crafts|Animation / 3D design|Robotics|Makerspace|Nature/Environment|Reading|STEM
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Camp Address
729 St Clair Avenue West, Toronto, Ontario
Other locations: Danforth Village, West Toronto Junction, Virtual Program

Codezilla
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729 St Clair Avenue West Toronto, Ontario, M6G 3J4
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Reviews & Testimonials


"Codezilla was one of the top providers on our list"
Aaron Chan, TDSB, Vice Principal, Ogden Public School/ALPHA Alternative — Camp alumni

When looking at educational programs this Fall, Codezilla was one of the top providers on our list. They delivered two popular and well-run programs last year: Game Makers coding and Tech Toys. As a TDSB Digital Lead Administrator, I value high-quality STEM and coding programs for our students. The Codezilla team was passionate, responsive and committed to working with our staff and students, including our parents who received learning updates on the coding lessons.


"25 out of 10!"
Christine, mom of a Gr 2, code-loving kid — Parent

"My son absolutely loved the camp. He normally rates his camps from 5 to 8 out of 10. When I asked him to rate Codezilla's coding camp, he gave it a 25 out of 10!"



Director's Message

Sheri Allain, Founder + Chief Lizard

“Everybody...should learn to program a computer, because it teaches you how to think.” - Steve Jobs

I introduced my daughters to coding at a very young age (4, 7) as I was increasingly reading how important it was to build math skills, problem-solving, grit and self-confidence. It's also a future career opportunity for well-paying, high-demand jobs!

Their early introduction to coding was a nice start, but I couldn’t help but feel that something was missing. Few coding schools had 'girl-friendly' curriculum with non-violent games or programs for younger children, or their programs were extremely pricey and required giving up valuable weekend time to travel there and back.

Fortunately, I come from a family of teachers and entrepreneurs, so I’m passionate about learning and unafraid to build something from scratch. I created Codezilla with my daughters and their friends in mind. Our mission is simple: ‘Safe, Educational Fun’:

  • Teacher-endorsed curriculum taught by passionate and police-checked university students, at neighborhood schools, daycares and camps across Toronto
  • Kid-friendly software and screen-free STEM toys, so kids learning real coding terms and early computational thinking (i.e. logically breaking a complex problem into smaller steps)
  • STEM programs for kindergarteners and girls, such as our innovative Doll Makers, Toy Makers and our best-selling Slime & Circuits

Three years later, it’s rewarding to know that thousands of children are enjoying our STEM and coding programs originally inspired by my daughters. It's super tech-rific to have parents, teachers and principals repeatedly welcoming us into their school!

Teacher-endorsed. Mom-run. Kid-focused.

_____________________________

Sheri Allain | founder + chief lizard


In the News

February 1, 2020 - 2 to 42 Schools in just 2 years!

42 schools and daycares in just 2 years, thanks to parent and principal demand for Codezilla's STEM and coding workshops. ...


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