Most common questions our parents ask:
Depending on the class size, we use a 10 to 1 ratio to determine how many instructors we place in a class. Should the class run on the larger size, above 20 students, we place 2-3 instructors in the class.
We offer classes for kindergartners exclusively, and classes for grades 1-6. Depending on the class size, classes may be taught by grades with younger students (1-3) going at a slower pace that for the older students (4-6).
We advise parents to enroll their kindergartner into our Kinder-Tech class, which is an intro to all the classes we offer and catered to kindergartners specifically.
We communicate with PTA and staff about the safety of your students as they get to our programs. The school will inform the students where to go after closing bell, where our instructors take over from there and will hold the students until you sign them out.
We will inform you at the soonest possibility via email of a make up day or extended classes to make up for missed days.
No, we follow the school closure schedule of the schools.
We advise that you give your child another day to try out the class to get comfortable. Should they not like it after that, we may certainly drop your student and will offer you a credit or refund of the left-over classes.
No. Students placed on the waitlist can only attend class if you have received an email from us that informs you that your child have been moved from the waitlist. This happens if a student on the roster has either dropped or transferred out.
Included into the tuition price is access to all the equipment we supply to the classes. This includes; computers, mice, 3d printer (for 3D Printing) programs, robotic kits and sumo mat (for Robotics).
The basic core curriculum is the same but if the student has taken the course before, they are expected to push themselves by getting bonus exercises to reinforce their learning on their developmental level.
No, due to safety reasons for the child, we advise that the student takes classes at their respective school. We do, however, offer FCPA classes on weekends.
No, due to our ratios instructors are able to offer individualized attention to our students, so they will have no problem catching up your student after a missed class.
To make sure students don’t go too far outside of class, we want students to only work on their projects in class during the program session. On the last day, we advise the student to come to class with a thumb drive so that we will supply you with all files and account information so they may continue their learning after our program ends. For classes that work offline, you will need to supply a thumb drive to your student on the last day of class so they may take their work home.
All programs we use are free and are easily downloadable onto your home computer. Simply ask your child’s instructor and they will give you the name of the program they are teaching, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for the program name.