Mon, Jun 29 12:07pm

In our increasingly technology-dominated world, coding and algorithmic thinking are becoming an essential life skill used in all fields, as well as in day-to-day life.  To address this need, a group of West Windsor – Plainsboro high schoolers have organized a not-for-profit company, Codivate.


For students who want to develop computational-thinking skills that will help them throughout their educational and professional careers, they may enroll in a free, virtual coding course at Codivate, a nonprofit organization with experienced tutors and a carefully designed curriculum targeted at teaching them how to think differently.


Those interested may sign up for an algorithmic coding course specially designed for third-to-fifth-grade students to learn the fundamentals of programming:

For more information, please check out Codivate’s website at  Classes will begin on Sat., Jul. 11th.