Welcome to Code & Circuit, a computer science classroom in Amesbury, MA.
What's a Computer science classroom?
Confronted with the speed of change in technology, learning computer basics can't be limited to learning a specific skill. At Code & Circuit, we teach the fundamentals of the machine, work our way up to programming, build confidence, and discover how engineering is a tool for problem solving.
More than 500 kids from grades K-12 have enjoyed our after school classes, family workshops and unique vacation programs.
All classes and programs take place at our location in Amesbury, MA.
Groups are limited to 8 students, and often feature more than one instructor.
Code & Circuit is a non-profit organization, governed by a board of directors.
INSPIRE THE NEXT GENERATION OF COMPUTER SCIENTISTS AND ENGINEERS.
At Code & Circuit, our goal is to encourage and motivate kids in computer science and engineering.
Everyone knows that robots are cool, and that computer games are fun, but creating your own robot, or your own game is a life-changing experience.
By providing knowledge and guidance to students who want to learn, we're helping them achieve their goals and make their ideas a reality. The right mentor can be transformative.
We're building a community of students and instructors, and that creates a feeling of belonging; a place where students can be themselves and feel valued.
Access to the latest technology and newest gadgets creates a feeling of excitement that inspires. We're always experimenting with the next big thing.
Teachers, Contributors, anD GOVERNANCE
Amesbury program aims to close tech gender gap — Newburyport Daily News, January 16, 2018
Students team up to measure time, tides of Powow River — Eagle-Tribune, April 17, 2017
For Computer Whiz Kids, the Sky's the Limit — Boston Globe, December 16th 2016
Code & Circuit is conveniently located in downtown Amesbury, Massachusetts. Upstairs from a coffee shop, and down the hall from a yoga studio, there is definitely a lot of energy at 36 Main St.
At our designer-inspired classroom space students use the latest computers and tablets.