Learn to Code, Code to Learn.


Why Should I Learn CODING?

  1. Spur creative thinking.
  2. Have the skills required to create the next big idea.
  3. Prepare for a tech-filled future & career.
  4. Help develop a passion for STEM learning.
  5. Reinforce overall math skills & confidence.
  6. Improve self-confidence & make new friends.
  7. Make computer time productive.
  8. Increase school performance.
  9. Develop school & job skills foundation.

What is All Students Code about?

All Students Code is a program that teaches high school students coding. We start from front end technologies go all the way to the back end technologies to make them a full stack developer.We love to partner and work with schools.We have after-school, summer and weekend sessions.

What skills will students learn from us?

Every student needs to learn how to write code. As our environments become increasingly high-tech, an understanding of how to code computer programs is an essential to future competitiveness and innovation. Coding teaches students how to think.

It also helps them to increase their technical proficiency and confidence. In addition, they learn computational thinking by developing their algorithmic and design abilities.

Our goal is to assist in students development of coding skill and talents which in turn gives them a solid foundation in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) thinking abilities to prepare them for 21st-century skills.

Why do you teach students in high school?

Currently, we are focusing on high school students who have some visual programming experience and advance them to the next level and make them a full-stack developer.

What are you doing to encourage girls to do coding?

In order to engage girls with computer programming, we have different things like inviting famous woman who are coding in a real world, tell success stories of girl coders, recruit girl coders.

Is there a demand in the market for coders/programmers if I want to make it my career?

Yes, the U.S. Department of Labor projects that by 2020, there will be 1.4 million computer specialist job openings. Yet U.S. universities are expected produce only enough qualified graduates to fill 29% of these jobs.

Why only in DMV (DC,  Maryland, Virginia)?

Virginia, Maryland and the District of Columbia have the most computer programming jobs in the country. We want our students to take advantage of this.

How are we Different?

Besides guaranteeing a small class size and quality education, we focus on teaching the concept to students so making them be critical thinkers and innovators. We designed our courses to be project-based and there is not time spent struggling to understand the theory.

What is the right age to learn to code?

Programming is one of the most valued skills in the 21st century. In which case, no age is too early to learn the fundamentals of programming. Introducing kids to programming in early elementary is the best age range because it plants a seed for later in life. Many good programmers, began to program as young as 5 or 6. If kids are taught to think logically and even computationally at a young age, they will be able to learn programming more easily in adulthood. Even if they don’t pursue a career in programming, the ability to understand basic programming concepts and think logically is invaluable.

What is our two Hours of Code Program?

Our Two Hours of Code is a program that teaches everyone a free two hours of coding class for free and we teach coding. Once students liked the idea of coding,  they can enroll in our fundamental courses which cover more topic and lets them do more projects.

How do I know my child is learning?

We have project-based curriculum and students always demo a project at the end of the course in front of judges, families, parents, other students, nd friends. We are always  for you to join us on the demo day and see their presentation.