We're building a future with creativity and technology for all kids.
WELCOME TO THE CLASSROOM
Welcome to Code & Circuit, a place where kids can learn about technology, use it to create, and have fun in the process. Come experience our unique, hands-on, interactive approach to learning about computer science, coding, and engineering. Our programs are designed to inspire, and encourage creativity, collaboration and critical thinking.
Our classes get young people comfortable with computer science, and help them discover engineering as a tool for problem solving. Our workshops get the whole family involved.
Code & Circuit is a 501c3 non-profit organization, governed by a board of directors.
Our mission is simple: inspire the next generation of computer scientists and engineers.
We want all students who have a strong interest to be able to attend Code & Circuit. For families in need of financial assistance, please contact the Program Manager to learn about the scholarship process. She can be reached at email@example.com.
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.
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.
By providing knowledge and guidance to students who want to learn, we're helping them make their ideas a reality. The right mentor can be transformative.
Access to the latest technology and newest gadgets creates a feeling of excitement that inspires. We're always experimenting with the next big thing.
Meet our team
Ken Aspeslagh ‘00 starts computer lab for kids — Wheaton Magazine Fall 2018
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