Online coding classes

Camps and classes for budding programmers

Find online coding camps and classes listed below, for kids aged 6 to 18. Classes offer training in various programming languages such as Java, Python, Scratch and more, where kids and teens can acquire diverse programming skills. Camps and classes specialising in coding activities are listed first, followed by a list of multidisciplinary programs that include coding activities. Below the listings, find further information and advice for parents.   Read more

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    Online programs that specialize in coding

    TAC - Sports, Aquatics and Education   
    TAC Sports, Aquatics & Education specializes in Sports, Swim and S.T.E.M programming. Ages 3-16, Co-ed. Year round Camps, Lessons, Academy and House Leagues across the GTA! Grow, Learn, Lead!

    Throughout Ontario (8)
    Traditional (multi activity)
    • Ages 3.5 to 16 (Coed)
    • Day Camp
    • from $250
    daycampcoed 250 3.5-16 2Bridle Path, TorontoLytton Park, TorontoRichview, TorontoAuroraThornhillWhitbyWoodbridgeOntarioEtobicoke, North-York, Uptown
    Code-it Hacks   
    Blend of 5 flavors in our Kids Coding & Robotics Camp in Toronto! Learn to Code, Learn to build: Robotics & Circuits, Outdoor play:Logic Games & a field trip to a tech company! Never a dull moment in our camps & programs

    Bloor West Village, Toronto; High Park, Toronto
    Computer (multi)
    • Ages 4 to 17 (Coed)
    • Day Camp
    • from $450
    daycampcoed 450 4-17 3Bloor West Village, TorontoHigh Park, TorontoOnlineOntarioWest-End
    Ontario Tech University Camps   
    Explore unique science and technology camp programs at Ontario Tech, including LEGO, Coding, Minecraft, Math, Engineering, and more! In-person and virtual camps available.

    Education (multi)
    • Ages 6 to 17 (Coed, Girls)
    • Virtual Program
    • from $80
    virtualprogramcoedallgirls 80 6-17 4OshawaOnlineOntario
    OakLearning Center   
    Oakville's top-rated learning center offering group and private tutoring, robotics and STEM camps, math and english clubs, assessments and more.

    Education (multi)
    • Ages 3 to 75 (Coed)
    • Day Camp, Program
    • from $35
    daycampprogramclasscoed 35 3-75 6OakvilleOntario
    Focus Learning Academic Centre   
    An academic enrichment learning centre committed to igniting the love of learning among children and teens with over 20 course offerings in the Language, STEM, and Leadership streams. Visit us at

    L'Amoureaux, Toronto
    Education (multi)
    • Ages 7 to 13 (Coed)
    • Virtual Program
    • from $420
    virtualprogramcoed 420 7-13 7L'Amoureaux, TorontoOnlineOntarioScarborough
    Real Programming 4 Kids   
    Your child can learn game programming with live dedicated instructors not self learning workbooks! Currently, all our classes are online. Max of 4 students per instructor! FREE 45 min trial class.

    Computer: Programming (multi)
    • Ages 7 to 17 (Coed)
    • Virtual Program
    • from $390
    virtualprogramcoed 390 7-17 10Online
    Hive5 Child Learning and Creative Center   
    S.T.E.A.M stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math. STEAM is critical to the future success of the young generation as the most core concept of future jobs are rooted in the 5 skills of STEAM education.

    Education: STEAM
    • Ages 4 to 14 (Coed)
    • Day Camp, Program
    • from $70
    daycampprogramclasscoed 70 4-14 11NewmarketOntario
    York University; Science Engagement   
    An interactive and hands-on STEM experience for youth in grade 3-12. Online and in-person programs available year-round: online STEM Clubs, March Camp, and Summer Camps. Spark Lab for high school students.

    Sentinel Park, Toronto
    Education: STEM
    • Ages 8 to 18 (Coed, Girls)
    • Virtual Program
    • from $285
    virtualprogramcoedallgirls 285 8-18 12Sentinel Park, TorontoOnlineOntarioNorth-York
    Online programs offering coding as an activity
    University of Toronto SCS   
    Inspire your teen's creativity with our hands-on online tech courses in gaming, coding, and creativity! These courses are offered by the University of Toronto SCS in collaboration with Circuit Stream.

    South Annex, Toronto
    Computer (multi)
    • Ages 13 to 18 (Coed)
    • Virtual Program
    • from $1,445
    virtualprogramcoed144513-181South Annex, TorontoOnlineOntarioDowntown
    Robomazing INC.   
    Amazing set of interactive programs suitable for youth of all ages. Magnificent experience of learning: AI, Robotics, Python, Minecraft, Scratch, etc. Learn with experts & build your academic & career bright future.

    Computer: Programming (multi)
    • Ages 7 to 15 (Coed, Girls, Boys)
    • Virtual Program
    • from $100
    Indus Space   
    Space Exploration-themed STEAM camps and workshops for Grade 1-8 youth. Choose from virtual or in-person programming. Call us today for a free consultation (leave a message on our voicemail).

    Education: Space
    • Ages 7 to 12 (Coed)
    • Program, Virtual Program
    • from $15
    University of Toronto, Department of Mathematics   
    The Mathematics Outreach Office at the University of Toronto encourages the love of learning mathematics through various programs, including enrichment programs, math contests and preparation courses, camps and more.

    South Annex, Toronto
    Education: Math
    • Ages 6 to 18 (Coed)
    • Virtual Program
    • from $240
    virtualprogramcoed2406-189South Annex, TorontoOnlineOntarioDowntown


    What do kids learn in online coding classes?

    Online programming camps and classes help children achieve their full potential in computer science. Coding activities engage all STEM disciplines, and as children improve their skills, their knowledge within each discipline grows. Java, Python, Scratch, and C++ are languages used both creatively and analytically, growing children’s hard and soft skills. Basic coding concepts help children write small or large-scale codes, ranging from small circuits to video game design.

    Math and problem solving skills are important in these programs. Camps and classes that offer coding within a wider curriculum offer further education in math, engineering, and robotics.

    Thanks to the online setting, students only require a computer, a working webcam, and the required software(s). In some cases, materials will be delivered to families directly. Prices for coding classes start from $30 per lesson, while some are free! Training in more advanced classes is, expectedly, more costly, ranging from $100 to $700 and higher. Programs are available to children between the ages of 5 and 18 and are welcome to both boys and girls.

    Consult with individual programs listed above to learn what they teach.

    About advanced online coding classes

    Advanced online coding classes prepare students for careers in computer science or STEM disciplines. Possible pursuits for young programmers include science, math, engineering, space travel, or web design. Children learn basic coding concepts such as loops, syntax, variables, and sequences, before progressing to advanced levels where teens create university-level projects.

    Children will also graduate from Scratch, an example of a platform for beginner programmers, to Arduino and other more complicated languages and platforms As you sort through programs listed above, notice the requirements for each course, as some classes may require previous coding experience. Advanced classes embrace children of all ages, backgrounds, and genders. 

    Why enroll in online coding classes?

    Virtual programs never cease to provide students with similar, if not the same, education as in-person classes. Here are a few benefits of online coding classes:

    • Convenience of virtual classes is self-evident, as students only need a computer and webcam to participate. Students in other cities, districts, or even provinces may join. 
    • Look ahead at career opportunities. Instructors’ in-depth knowledge of the past, present, and future of AI technology gets kids and teens thinking about their future. They can take a role now and ongoing in the development of emerging technologies. 
    • Personalized feedback is very quick due to the fast-paced nature of online learning. Instructors provide feedback in real time, which improves children’s skills faster.

    Solving problems in creative and innovative ways is constant in these programs. Children use critical thinking skills to manage, organize, and solve problems as they arise. Skills translate to children’s academic careers in math or science.

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