Give Your Teen an Edge in Their Education and Beyond

Learning coding is about much more than helping students understand the technology they are using – it is about giving them skills for life.

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Knowing How to Code is a Competitive Advantage

Besides the fact that coding is a skill that students can use in a future career in a world in a shortage of skilled programmers, coding can help students in other subjects that require planning and problem solving. 

The skills that come with coding help students develop new ways of thinking and foster problem-solving techniques that have major impacts on their lives. Students gain an understanding that they can solve real-world problems by planning and creating their own solution.


of schools in the U.S. don’t offer programming classes

Equip Your Student for the Future

Regardless of if you want to be a Doctor, an Athlete, or a Game Designer – Learning to code will only help you do better at your future career. From Biotechnology to the Internet of Things – technology is becoming a larger and larger part of our lives. Understanding the hardware and programming languages that run the tech we use every day give us an opportunity to transform from passive consumers to creators of technology.

Get a Head Start Before College

Introducing your student to programming in Middle or High School has an impact on their confidence. Students that study programming early are better problem solved, have seen college level material, and are prepared to craft solutions for our fast approaching future. These students are the ideal candidates for top universities & big tech companies.

> 50%

of the highest paying jobs require at least some level of coding skill

Let Students Lead Their Learning

At the Code Naturally Center, students have creative freedom to program projects they love while learning foundational Computer Science Concepts.

We Provide

Real World Programming

Students complete projects from top Universities using JavaScript, HTML, CSS, and more.

1:1 Instruction & Support

Students get individual attention as they grapple with new & challenging concepts

Student Driven Projects

Students guide their learning through deciding what they’d like to create with their coding skills.

Getting Started in Computer Science

Advanced Support for Jr. Programmers

This pathway is perfect for students that have zero experience or have done some programming in Scratch, Blockly, or other block languages. Students will learn foundational Computer Science concepts while building projects they love in JavaScript. 

This pathway includes:

  1. 1 on 1 Support
  2. A Structured Pathway to Build Confidence and Key Skills
  3. Adaptive Projects based on Student Interests
  4. A Code Naturally Account where students can view, edit, and create new projects in JavaScript from any computer.
  5. Student Report to help students evaluate what they’ve learned and what they should learn and apply next.
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This pathway includes everything provided in “Just Getting Started” but has a focus on students completing large milestone projects that could be used in College applications, personal portfolios, or student resumes. 

Students must have experience programming in JavaScript, Java, C++, or a comparable programming language in order to enroll in this class.

This class is perfect for students that are considering taking AP Computer Science or are interested in studying Computer Science in college. 

Student learn and apply advance concepts to creating simulations, visualizations, games, and more.

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Need Help Deciding What’s Best For Your Student? 

Call us at (831) 123-4578

The Code Naturally Center

Located in Downtown Santa Cruz, our center is a flexible and convenient space for your student to collaborate, create, and learn programming at their pace with the support of certified Code Naturally Educator. 

“The team at Code Naturally gives her 1:1 help so she can go at her own pace.  But the most important thing is the Code Naturally team is making coding fun” – Lucinda D.

Location & Hours

Find us at 181 Walnut Ave, Santa Cruz

Monday: 3:00 PM – 5:30 PM

Tuesday: 3:00 PM – 5:30 PM

Wednesday: 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Thursday: 3:00 PM – 5:30 PM

Friday: 3:00 PM – 5:30 PM

Saturday: 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM

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