The coding school is set to launch three new locations throughout the greater New York City area in the fall.
Silicon Valley-based theCoderSchool is expanding into New York City. The school is set to launch three new locations throughout the greater New York City area in the fall.
The coding school motto is “Learn to code. Change the world”. It aims to show the next generation of kids how inspiring and exciting technology can be.
The new schools will be located in Bayside, NY, Short Hills, NJ and Commack, NY. They will be owned and operated by Noreen Kazi, who also owns theCoderSchool’s Syosset and Roslyn, NY locations.
Kazi said, “I’m thrilled to build on the success of our two existing locations. Learning how to program computers is an incredibly valuable skill, and one that’s demand is steadily increasing exponentially in every industry. Through theCoderSchool’s project-based approach we strive to improve kids’ logic, ideation and creative thinking skills, while preparing them for a successful future.”
Hansel Lynn, Founder of theCoderSchool, stated, “As we continue to expand our presence throughout the country, it’s critical to find the right franchise partners who are truly passionate about setting kids up with a positive, life-long relationship with technology and coding. This is why we couldn’t be more excited about our continuing partnership with Noreen and Nisha. They have shown how passionate they are about our mission, and we are confident the new communities will see just how fun learning to code can be.”